Tottenham Hotspur took on the Italian giants Juventus in Singapore earlier this month, as part of the club’s pre-season tour.
Thanks to a late Harry Kane halfway line screamer, Spurs took home all three points in the International Champions Cup, but the two clubs may also now be battling in the transfer window.
Recent reports have indicated that Tottenham are interested in signing Juventus midfielder/forward, Paulo Dybala this summer. In fact, La Stampa claim that Spurs had a £45m offer for the 25-year-old turned down over the last few days.
It seems as if the North London club are far away from Juventus’ valuation of the player, as Sky Sports Italia claim that the Italian club have slapped a huge €100m price tag on their man.
Spurs are also still said to be interested in signing Real Betis playmaker and Dybala’s Argentine international teammate, Giovani Lo Celso, who could be more in the club’s price range this summer (Mirror).
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