Although Tottenham successfully managed to get Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso across the line on deadline day, perhaps Paulo Dybala will always be the one that got away.
Spurs had a £64.4m bid accepted by Juventus for the Argentine forward earlier this week, prompting a heavy push from the Lilywhites to get the personal terms sorted (Sky Sports).
However, it appears that Dybala’s unique third-party image rights deal caused issues for the North London club and they were unable to reach an agreement (Independent).
The Mirror report that neither Spurs or United could meet the salary demands the attacker was making either.
However, they also claim that Juventus are still interested in selling Dybala this summer, with windows in Spain, France, Italy, and Germany yet to close.
The Daily Mail have suggested that a big-money move to PSG may be on the cards, with the French champions set to offer him a £11.1m per year deal on a five-year contract.
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