It has certainly been a busy 24 hours in terms of Tottenham Hotspur transfer rumours, as the club have now apparently had a bid accepted for Juventus’ Paulo Dybala.
Sky Sports Italia claim that Tottenham have submitted a bid of £64.5m to the Italian giants for the attacking midfield, a figure which Juve are happy with.
However, Tottenham will now have just over a day to agree personal terms with Dybala, if he wants to make the move to North London to meet up with fellow Argentine, Pochettino.
The transfer window shuts on Thursday at 5 pm for all incoming Premier League signings.
The Express report that United were in talks with Dybala but the move fell apart due to the player’s desire to control his own image rights.
Dybala’s representatives have been in London this week for United talks, so a deal in the next day or so is said to be possible for Spurs.
Meanwhile, Sky Sports reporter, Kaveh Solhekol, has now claimed that a total deal, including transfer fee, wages for five years, and agent fees will cost Spurs a whopping £168m.
If Spurs want to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus for £60m, they would be looking at total investment of £168m when you take into account agent fees and wages over 5 years
— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) August 6, 2019
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