Report: Dybala could be on his way to the Premier League – but not to Spurs

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a move for Juventus forward, Paulo Dybala, in recent days, with the Italian giants said to be rating him at £80m (Times).

One report even claimed that Spurs tabled a £44m offer for the Argentine, which was swiftly shot down by Juventus (La Stampa).

However, Juve may be willing to pack Dybala’s bags and send him off to the Premier League still, just not to North London.

Sky Sports claim that the tricky playmaker could be used by Juventus to secure the signing of Man United’s Romelu Lukaku in a swap deal.

Juventus are said to be readying an offer that involves both players, despite united having been negotiating with Inter Milan over the sale of their Belgian striker.

United are said to want more than £79m for the forward, which seems a remarkably close valuation to that of Dybala.

Could we see a swap deal before the transfer window shuts?

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  1. Why would Utd want to sell a top class and premier League proven player like Pogba to bring in Dybala, yes he’s a class young exciting talent but he hasn’t ever played in the prem and not yet in Pogba’s league. I could understand wanting Dybala with Pogba but not instead off unless Pogba wants out but he doesn’t seem too, just my opinion. COYS!


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