Report: Daniel Levy contacts European giants over exciting potential January deal

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur pulled off one of the shock moments of the transfer window this summer when they had a bid accepted for Paulo Dybala.

Sky Sports reported that the North London outfit had submitted a £64.4m bid for the Argentine, which was accepted by his current club, Juventus.

However, Tottenham were unable to get the deal across the line in time, with the Premier League window shutting before the rest of Europe.

The final window will shut on September 2, and Tottenham fans will be hoping to still see Dybala at Juve past that date.

The Daily Star claim that Daniel Levy has already been in contact with Juventus over a potential purchase of Dybala in January instead.

He has apparently told the Italian club that Spurs are serious about acquiring the player, with Sarri looking to sell.

However, Juventus have set their asking price at £130m and could yet sell Dybala as part of a Neymar deal, so there are obstacles to overcome for Spurs.

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  1. There is an emerging problem with our dear club that has been hiding under the radar for a long time now; our inability to hire a coach and to buy players that are hungry, passionate for success rather than the romantics we have now.

    When was the last time we won something tangible? Honestly Pochettino has done great for us but the question is, can he take us any further. He has been humble and has become the darling of the media for as long as I can remember but is also becoming too big for himself lately. Perhaps we have praised him beyond his ability and is now looking for an exit strategy by his recent abrasive behaviours.

    Since before the CL finals I have always questioned his selection with particular mention of D. Sanchez in place of Vertoghen. In the finals, he was silly enough to feature 2 Harries who had no business being in the team, Kane on the bench to come in 20 minutes to the end of the match but Winksy has no business wearing the #8 shirt worn by legends. This season alone we have won games after he was taken off and lost when he played the full 90 minutes.

    D. Sanchez on his part is the worst central defender, he doesn’t know where the danger is and barely win a fair tackle. He looses 90% of balls in the air to every striker and it seems his balls are always pulling him back when he runs, such was the case when we conceded to Newcastle.

    Other than Kane, D. Rose is the only other players that plays hungry and passionate yet D. Levy and Pochettino wants to sell him, Vertoghen plays with his heart and he is not reckoned with. The earlier we face these ugly realities the better.


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