Report: Tottenham’s summer move for Dybala now in doubt

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly had a bid accepted for Juventus forward, Paulo Dybala, with the agreed fee said to be around £64.4m (Sky Sports).

This would see the Argentine arrive in North London as the club’s new record signing, overtaking Tanguy Ndombele.

However, the club now have under 24 hours to agree personal terms with the player if they are to beat the Thursday 5 pm deadline.

Unfortunately for Spurs, this deal appears to be more complicated than most, as the Lilywhites not only have to agree wages and agent fees, but also third party image rights.

Il Messaggero claim that Tottenham are in a race against time to get all of this done, but it may now be an unlikely aim due to time constraints.

Sky Sports already predicted yesterday after the bid was accepted that image rights could be a stumbling block for Spurs.

Levy loves his late deals, but will he have time to pull this one off?

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  1. There is a simple solution. Don’t waste money on Sessignon, spend it on getting rid of those photo rights or whatever they are instead! We can keep Rose. He has done so much for the club, I think he’s worth at least keeping until January!


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