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Tottenham Hotspur: Journalist drops Paulo Dybala transfer update on Twitter

Tottenham Hotspur: Journalist drops Paulo Dybala transfer update on Twitter -Tottenham Hotspur Transfer Rumours

Taking to Twitter, journalist Giacomo Iacobellis has shared a transfer update out of Tottenham Hotspur involving Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.

The Lowdown: Dybala set to leave…

As reported by reliable transfer reporter Fabrizio Romano, the Argentine is set to leave Turin at the end of this season as a free agent as he seeks to open talks with new clubs.

This comes after Juve had originally reached a verbal agreement to extend Dybala’s deal last October, but after the Serie A giants changed terms and conditions of this proposal, it appears the 28-year-old is now seeking pastures new.

As his contract winds down, currently set to expire on June 30, many clubs are now keeping real tabs with Spurs said to be in and among the interested parties.

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The Latest: Iacobellis shares update…

Now, according to Iacobellis, there has been an update on Tottenham’s attempts for Dybala with talks now held.

Should Spurs sign Dybala for free?

100%, no-brainer

100%, no-brainer

No

No

Indeed, the Lilywhites have apparently made contact with his entourage alongside a host of other clubs as they make a pre-summer move.

He explained (via Twitter):

“About Dybala : The two most interested teams today are Inter and Atletico Madrid , although the player’s entourage also talked to FC Barcelona , Arsenal , PSG and Tottenham . On July 1, he will leave the Juventus as a free agent after 7 seasons.”

The Verdict: A must-win race?

Dybala has plied his trade at the very top level for years, racking up a grand total of 113 goals and 48 assists in 283 appearances for Juve.

Taking this into account, especially on a free deal, he could be a very shrewd option to provide support for superstar striker Harry Kane.

Personal terms could be a slight stumbling block given his current £220,000-per-week salary would make him the highest-paid player in Tottenham’s squad according to spotrac.

That being said, it could be too great an opportunity to sign a player once valued at around €120 million (£102m) for nothing.

Pundits in the English press have also gushed over Dybala’s abilities with ex-Spurs keeper Paul Robinson branding him ‘world class’.

On a free deal, it has to be considered at the very least, especially if they can convince the player to take a slight wage hit.

In other news: Tottenham attempts to seal mega-money agreement take new step after major off-field development, find out more here.


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