Juventus could cash-in on rumoured Tottenham target Paulo Dybala in the summer in order to raise funds for a move for Paul Pogba, according to Italian news outlet Quotidiano.
Tottenham almost signed Dybala in the summer of 2019 but the move fell through on deadline day due to complications with the Argentine’s image rights.
Although the 27-year-old had a memorable 2019/20 campaign, injury problems have limited the forward to just 11 league appearances this campaign.
Other reports suggested that Spurs were also facing competition from Chelsea for Dybala and that the North Londoners were unsure about pursuing the attacker due to concerns surrounding his knee injury.
Quotidiano claim that the former Palermo man, who is about to enter the final year of his contract with Juve, is set to leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the season.
The report claims that the Serie A giants would be prepared to sell Dybala for a fee of around £47m.
Spurs Web Opinion
Getting a player of Dybala’s quality for less than £50m would represent great business. However, one would expect plenty of competition for the Argentine’s signature should he become available at that price.
I suspect Tottenham would prefer to bring in someone like Danny Ings over Dybala as the Southampton man would be a cheaper option and is already well adapted to the Premier League.
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