Rumoured Tottenham target Paulo Dybala has admitted he is keen to explore Premier League football but added that he remains happy in Serie A for now.
Dybala has confirmed that he will be leaving Juventus when his contract with the Serie A giants runs out this month.
Portuguese journalist Pedro Almeida stated last month that Fabio Paratici had spoken to the Argentine regarding a move to North London, and Spurs’ interest in the 28-year-old was also backed up on social media by Latin American football reporter Christian Martin.
However, this was subsequently dismissed by Fabrizio Romano, who insisted that the North London club had not held any talks with Dybala’s representatives over a transfer.
The likes of Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Inter Milan, AS Roma and Manchester United have also been credited with an interest in the Juve star (AS).
Dybala has now broken his silence on his future, admitting that he would be open to a move to England.
“I would still like to know other leagues like Premier, Liga… but I’m happy in Italy”.
Spurs Web Opinion
I believe that Spurs will want to sign a forward who can play across the front three. Dybala can only play on the right in Conte’s set-up and would thus not offer the Italian much flexibility.
If Tottenham were interested in the Argentine, the club would likely have already made an approach, given that he is available on a free transfer.
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