Juventus want to sell Tottenham transfer target Paulo Dybala after Covid-19 transgression
The Argentine has been on Tottenham’s radar recently as reports emerged last week that Spurs and Manchester United are both interested in his services. (h/t Express)
Dybala recently broke Covid-19 regulations by attending a party at teammate, Weston McKennie’s house. The neighbours heard excessive noise and informed the authorities as the current Covid-19 guidelines prevent such private parties.
There is also a 10 PM to 5 AM curfew that has to be observed, and Dybala, along with a dozen other members in the party, violated both these laws. This act has left Juventus ‘disgusted’ with the player and there is now no way back for him. (h/t Daily Mail)
Dybala to Tottenham?
The club also wants to part ways with him sooner rather than later as they do not want to lose him on a free transfer. Juventus stood by the 27-year-old’s knee troubles but his recent transgression has irked Andrea Pirlo and co.
Juventus are interested in a swap deal and want to bring in a high-profile player in exchange for the former Palermo forward. It was said that the club wanted to renew his contract in the coming weeks.
But the report says that those talks were quashed by his injury woes and his future now lies outside Turin. And it would be great for Spurs if that destination turns out to be Tottenham.
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With Harry Kane and Carlos Vinicius’ future up in the air, a proven forward like Dybala would be an immense addition for Jose Mourinho. And not to mention, the forward will add that superstar factor in the line-up as well.