Report offers update on Paulo Dybala’s future one-year on from Spurs bid

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Dom Le Roy

Gazzetta Dello Sport (as relayed by The Sun) have claimed that Juventus are ready to sell Paulo Dybala, who came close to a move to Tottenham Hotspur last summer.

Reports indicated that it was only due to Spurs’ inability to sort out complications with the Argentine’s image rights before the transfer deadline that caused them miss out on signing the forward (Independent).

Since his failed move to North London, the 26-year-old has had an impressive season, where he took home the Serie A Player of the Season award, leaving some Spurs fans to look back with regret over the club’s failure to get the transfer over the line.

However, the report suggests that Tottenham could be given another chance to sign Dybala this summer, with the Italian giants willing to cash in on him.

It is claimed that new Juve boss Andrea Pirlo wants to sign Real Madrid midfielder Isco or Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba ahead of the new campaign.

The Serie A champions will reportedly sell Dybala if they receive an offer of around £100million in order to fund moves for their targets.

Tuttosport claim that Manchester City want to sign the former Palermo player to replace David Silva, while Real Madrid are also said to be interested in his signature.

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We are not even going to be in a position to complete a deal for a similar amount that we agreed on last summer, let alone pay £100m for Dybala. Unless Juventus are interested in doing a potential part-exchange deal for some of our dispensable squad players (like Ndombele, Lamela or Aurier), this transfer will be a non starter.

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