Tuttomercatoweb have claimed that Tottenham Hotspur still retain hope of winning the race for Paulo Dybala this summer.
Dybala is now available on a free transfer after his contract with Juventus ran out. Portuguese journalist Pedro Almeida stated last month that Fabio Paratici had spoken to the Argentine regarding a potential move to North London.
However, this was subsequently dismissed by Fabrizio Romano, who insisted that the North London club had not held any talks with Dybala’s representatives over a transfer while The Daily Mail claimed that Spurs were put off by the 28-year-old’s excessive wage demands.
Over the last couple of weeks, the forward has been heavily linked with a move to Inter Milan (BBC Sport).
TMW now claim that Dybala’s move to Inter has been ‘postponed’, with the Nerazzurri asking the former Juve man to ‘wait a little longer’ for the agreement.
The report states that Simone Inzaghi’s side are still confident of winning the race for the forward but AS Roma are continuing to send signals to the player about their interest.
TMW also add that Tottenham have expressed their interest to Dybala’s entourage and ‘remain at the window’ awaiting further developments.
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If Conte wanted Dybala, one would have expected Spurs to have already made him an offer by now. The fact that the Lilywhites are focused on other targets suggests that the Spurs boss is not particularly keen on signing the Argentine, which makes sense given the impact Dejan Kulusevski has made since arriving at the club.
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