According to Gazzetta dello Sport (as relayed by InsideFutbol), Manchester City have also joined the race to sign rumoured Tottenham target Paulo Dybala.

Dybala’s contract at Juventus runs out at the end of the season and it was reported last month that the Argentine had decided to leave Turin as a free agent in the summer (Tyc Sports).

90 min subsequently claimed that the 28-year-old’s representatives had offered the player to several clubs in the Premier League including Spurs.

However, CalcioMercato reported last week that Juve had not given up hope of tying the forward down to a new deal and were planning on reopening negotiations. 

This has now been backed up by Gazzetta, who claim the Old Lady are prepared to offer Dybala a deal worth €8m (£6.6m) per season, with another €2m (£1.6m) in performance-based bonuses.

It is stated that if the forward does not agree to a new deal, he could be of interest to Manchester City, with Pep Guardiola’s men keeping tabs on his situation.

The report adds that Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan are also considering moves for Dybala if he is available for free in the summer.

Spurs Web Opinion

I would not be surprised if Dybala pens a new contract with Juventus within the next couple of months. His representatives might be leaking some of these reports regarding interest in the player in order to put pressure on the Serie A giants to offer better terms. 

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