While Spurs fans, in general, were pleased with the club’s transfer business this summer, there was a little hint of disappointment in the final weeks as a late move for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala fell through.

According to The Independent, the deal was at an extremely advanced stage with the fee and personal terms both agreed but it failed to materialise due to complications with the Argentine international’s image rights ownership.

The Daily Star now reports that Spurs will now be offered another chance to sign Dybala when the transfer market reopens in January.

The report suggests that the 25-year-old was hoping to complete a move to PSG before the close of the transfer window but with the move failing, his future is still said to be up in the air.

It is claimed that Juventus are keen to sell the £65m-rated forward to raise funds and that he remains a top target for the Lilywhites with Pochettino said to be a massive fan.

Spurs Web Opinion

This isn’t the first report that suggests that the club will move again for Dybala in January. If there is truth to this, then one would expect the deal to be concluded quickly given the amount of work that seems to have gone into it this summer.

Have something to tell us about this article?