Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are both said to be keen on revisiting moves for Paulo Dybala in the January transfer window.
This comes after both clubs made approaches for the Argentine forward in the summer, however, Dybala remains a Juventus player.
Spurs had a £64.4m bid accepted for the player, but failed to get the deal over the line before the window slammed shut (Sky Sports).
It was also reported by the BBC that talks between Dybala and Man United broke down due to the player’s wage demands, but the Red Devils were also concerned about whether he even wanted to join them.
The Independent later revealed that third party image rights were a potential stumbling block in any deal for Dybala.
Spurs Web Opinion:
Spurs need to make a big statement, now more than ever. Not just to get a quality player through the doors, but also to show the current stars and manager that the club is still moving forward in the right direction.
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