Tottenham Hotspur were heavily linked with a move for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala ahead of the current season.
With Mauricio Pochettino at the helm in North London a move for the Argentine in the closing days of the summer transfer window was heavily publicised in the media only for the deal to fail to materialise (BBC).
Dybala is regarded as one of the top strikers in Italian football and has this season managed to score 13 goals in 34 appearances in all competitions for the Old Lady while providing 12 assists (transfermarkt).
The 26-year-old admitted in a recent interview with The Guardian that he came close to leaving Turin with Manchester United also said to have made an approach for his services.
Bleacher Report have now claimed that Tottenham have no chance of looking to resurrect a deal for Dybala this summer.
Tottenham’s failure to land the forward proved to be costly with the North Londoners typically reliant on Harry Kane and Heung-min Son to score the goals, only for the pair to suffer injury at the start of the year.
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