Tottenham Hotspur were heavily linked with a move for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala during the summer transfer window.
The Independent claimed that Tottenham and Juventus were in talks over a possible loan deal with an obligation to buy.
A move failed to materialise when the Italian giants decided not to sell the 25-year-old, with Manchester United also pulling the plug on their interest after learning of his financial demands (BBC).
Dybala remains a Juventus player following the closure of the European transfer window, however any hopes that Spurs may have of rekindling their interest may have taken a blow.
PSG were also reported to be keen on the Argentina international and are ready to continue talks in the January transfer window (Express).
The report claims that Spurs are confident that they can sort out the image right situation along with the player’s wage expectations.
PSG are said to want to take the forward on loan in January for the remainder of the season and discuss a permanent deal once Neymar’s situation at the French giants becomes clearer.
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