According to a report from Todofijaches, Jose Mourinho is keen on bringing Paulo Dybala to Tottenham Hotspur to add even more firepower to an already fearsome frontline.
Tottenham’s pursuit of Dybala famously collapsed on the deadline day of last year’s summer transfer window (Independent) and it appeared as if the North Londoners’ chances of signing the forward had vanished.
However, 90 min.com reported earlier this week that Dybala is considering his future at Juventus after falling down the pecking order at the club, with the Argentine’s representatives having offered him to Spurs, as well as the other ‘big six’ clubs.
Todofijaches now claim that Tottenham are one of two clubs who are ready to make an offer for Dybala during the January transfer window, with PSG being the other.
However, the report asserts that Juventus could demand as much as €80m (£72m) for the forward, despite the fact that the 27-year-old only has 18 months left on his current deal in Turin.
Spurs Web Opinion
Not only is another forward not a priority for us given the options that Mourinho has at his disposal up front but Levy was also clear in his meeting with the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust last week that fans should not expect big-money moves in January, given the club’s financial situation. I doubt we would be able to afford Dybala unless a swap deal is potentially on the cards.
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