Tottenham Hotspur could reignite their interest in Juventus star Paulo Dybala this summer, according to the Daily Star.
The Argentine’s future at the Serie A giants has been called into question with the Daily Mail suggesting that Juventus feel ‘betrayed’ after he attended an illegal lockdown party which was held at the house of team-mate Weston McKennie.
Both players have been suspended by the club for their actions with manager Andrea Pirlo and club president Andrea Agnelli both said to have been left infuriated by Dybala’s behaviour.
Tottenham were heavily linked with a move for the striker while Mauricio Pochettino was still in charge in August 2019, only for the transfer to fall through late on after Juventus decided against selling Dybala (BBC).
Dybala’s contract is set to expire in the summer of 2022 and are keen to offload him to make sure he doesn’t walk away for free when his deal comes to an end.
It was said that Juventus were initially keen to offer him a new deal, but his injury problems have been a major factor in a new contract not being agreed.
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