Tottenham Hotspur may have found a temporary solution to Paulo Dybala’s image rights problem, as they look to secure the Argentine before the 5 pm deadline.
Spurs agreed a fee with Juventus earlier this week, with the amount said to be around £64.4m, however, that would prove to be the simplest hurdle (Sky Sports).
Despite Dybala agreeing to join Tottenham, the issue of his third-party-owned image rights proved to be a potential huge stumbling block (Independent).
In fact, the BBC reported earlier this morning that Juventus had pulled the plug on the entire deal, leaving Spurs fans’ hopes in tatters.
However, the Independent have since rubbished these claims, saying that the deal hangs by a thread over the image rights, but it is still very much on.
Gazzetta dello Sport have now reported that Spurs may have found a temporary solution by taking the player on an initial loan, thus giving the club far more time to work these image rights issues out.
Juventus are also said to be open to this.
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