Report: Spurs to snub striker deal with player demanding around £280,000-a-week

Paulo Dybala
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Tottenham Hotspur will snub the opportunity to sign Paulo Dybala this summer, according to the Daily Mail.

The Argentine striker is set to leave Juventus this summer as a free agent following the conclusion of his contract in Turin.

Dybala’s wage demands have seen Spurs put the brakes on any interest in the 28-year-old after he asked for around £280,000-a-week.

Inter Milan, who are also keen on Dybala are reported to have tabled an offer of £6m a year including bonuses, which equates to around £260,000 a week before tax, however, the player is holding out for a better offer.

Dybala was said to have been close to a move for Dybala in 2019 while Mauricio Pochettino was still in charge, only for the deal to fall through (BBC).

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If Tottenham brought in Dybala earning around £280,000-a-week it would make him the highest-paid player at the club ahead of the likes of Harry Kane and Tanguy Ndombele who take home in the region of £200,000-a-week.

If anyone deserves £280,000-a-week, it should be Harry Kane who, fans will hope will sign a new deal this summer.

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