According to Sky Sport Italia (as relayed by The Daily Mail), Juventus are ready to offer rumoured Tottenham Hotspur target Paulo Dybala a new £9m-per-year contract until 2025 and will look to sell the Argentine in January if he refuses to sign.
Dybala has been a long-term target for Spurs, having reportedly come close to a move to the North London club in the summer of 2019 (Independent).
90 min.com reported at the start of December that the forward’s representatives had offered him to Spurs, as well as the other Premier League ‘big six’ clubs.
Todofijaches claimed that Jose Mourinho is keen on bringing the 27-year-old to Tottenham in January.
Sky Sport Italia suggest that Juve are ready to make one final contract offer to Dybala, who has 18 months left to run on his current deal, to convince him to stay in Turin.
Juventus’ Chief Football Officer Fabio Paratici is reportedly waiting for Dybala’s agent, Jorge Antun to fly out to Italy to begin talks over the contract.
The report suggests that the £9m-per-year deal is the highest offer that the Juve hierarchy are willing to make and they are hopeful that they can come to an agreement with the forward, who currently earns £6.2m-per-year.
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Even if Dybala and Juve do not agree on a new contract, it will likely take around £60-£80m to sign the Argentine in January. That will almost certainly put him out of our reach unless we can raise significant funds through the sales of Dele Alli and Davinson Sanchez.
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