‘There’s no doubt’ – Journalist claims Spurs would consider move for Dybala

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Journalist Dean Jones has claimed there is ‘no doubt’ that Tottenham Hotspur would consider a move for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.

Dybala has been a long-term target for Spurs, with the Argentine’s proposed move to the North London club being thwarted on transfer deadline day in 2019 due to complications with the player’s image rights (Independent).

The 28-year-old is now into the final six months of his contract at the Allianz Stadium and Tyc Sports revealed this week that he is set to leave Juventus on a free transfer in the summer after failing to agree on a new deal with the Serie A giants.

The Sun have backed Tottenham and Manchester United to battle it out for the Juve star should he become available for free in the summer.

However, Juventus director Maurizio Arrivabene has told Sport Mediaset (as relayed by Football Italia) that Dybala will not leave Turin on a free transfer and the club will hold talks over a new contract with the forward in February 

Jones is confident the Lilywhites will closely analyse the possibility of signing Dybala.

The journalist said on The Done Deal Show on Football Terrace’s YouTube channel: “Tottenham would have a look at him, there’s no doubt about that. I can’t see it happening this month.

“Tottenham and Dybala is one to look out for because there are obvious links there with Paratici and Conte.

“Dybala is open to the idea of coming to the Premier League. I wouldn’t say it’s likely, but if Juve are going to play silly games with him then he’s not going to have that forever.”

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There is a long way to until the summer and one would expect plenty more developments in Dybala’s contract saga. 

Should the Argentine be available on a free transfer, it would certainly be a no-brainer for Spurs to pursue him. However, the North Londoners will likely face plenty of competition for the 28-year-old.

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