Rumoured Tottenham target Paulo Dybala has confirmed that he will be leaving Juventus when his contract runs out this summer.
Spurs are one of the clubs to have been credited with an interest in signing Dybala on a free transfer this summer (Foot Mercato).
However, this information has been contradicted by other sources (like TuttoMercatoWeb), who claim that the Argentine international is not a ‘concrete goal’ for the North London club.
Italian football agent Massimo Brambati even told TMW Radio earlier this month that Antonio Conte would stop Spurs from pushing ahead with a move for the 28-year-old.
Dybala is also thought to be of interest to the likes of Inter Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid (But! Football Club) while Arsenal and Newcastle have also been credited with an interest in the Juve star (Calciomercato).
Dybala has now taken to Twitter to clarify that he will not be at the Allianz Stadium next season and that the clash against Lazio will be his final game as a Bianconeri player.
The former Palermo man wrote: “It is difficult to find the right words to greet you, there are many years and many emotions involved, all together. I thought we would be together (for) more years, but fate puts us on different paths.
“I will never forget everything you made me experience, every game, every goal. With you I grew up, I learned, I lived and I dreamed. It has been seven years of magic, 12 trophies and 115 goals that no one will take away from us. Never. Thank you for supporting me in difficult times.
“Thanks to those who have accompanied me over the years: from the first to the last, from the fans to the people who work within the club – everyone, coaches and teammates, employees and managers.
“Wearing this important shirt along with the captain’s armband has been one of the greatest prides of my life, which I hope to show to my children and grandchildren one day.
“Tomorrow will be my last match with this shirt, it’s hard to imagine, but it will be our last goodbye. It will not be easy, but I will enter the pitch with a smile and my head held high, knowing that I have given everything for you.”
E’ difficile trovare le parole giuste per salutarvi, ci sono di mezzo tanti anni e tante emozioni, tutte assieme…
Pensavo che saremmo stati insieme ancora più anni, ma il destino ci mette su strade diverse. pic.twitter.com/D3cfK2vZ2y
— Paulo Dybala (@PauDybala_JR) May 15, 2022
Spurs Web Opinion
I suspect that Dybala will end up at Inter Milan as I think he would want to remain in the Serie A. Even if he chooses to have a new adventure outside Italy, I do not think Spurs are likely to be in for him, given the impact Dejan Kuluevski has made since joining the club.
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