Tottenham Hotspur handed Paulo Dybala update following Juventus contract update
According to TyC (h/t ESPN), Tottenham Hotspur have been handed a huge update regarding the future of Paulo Dybala following the latest stance from Juventus surrounding his contract. It could potentially be a major boost to the former who could try their chances to land him in the future.
The Argentine will see his current contract expire at the end of the 2021-22 season. He could sign a pre-contract agreement with clubs outside Italy this month if he wants to move elsewhere on a Bosman at the end of the campaign.
Negotiations over a new contract had started in 2020 and, it was initially expected that reaching an agreement was only a matter of time. But the Bianconeri have altered their stance on the terms of the new deal causing the player to take stock of the situation.
Tottenham were previously keeping tabs on the 28-year-old but, it remains to be seen whether they would rekindle their interest in him. Barcelona and Manchester United were also in the fray for his signature and it is unlikely that Spurs will be the only team in for him next summer.
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The Serie A superstar has featured in 20 matches this season and has scored nine goals while making four assists in the same time. He has been one of the standout performers for what has been an admittedly poor Juventus side. With Federico Chiesa out for the season, Dybala will have a bigger role in the games to come.
We came close to signing the Argentine forward in the past, with all parties interested in facilitating a transfer. Unfortunately, we were unable to finalise the move, and the attempt was a failure in the end.
However, this latest news could be music to Tottenham’s ears considering how the Juve attacker could be available for a dirt-cheap price this month. But whether the player or the Italian club would agree to leave in the winter transfer window remains to be seen.
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Even if we cannot get him this month, Spurs must do all they can to sign the Argentine international next summer. Dybala will add some much-needed depth to the Spurs attack and also hand Conte another first-teamer who can be counted as a match-winner.
Fabio Paratici had previously worked at the Turin based club, so it would not be too much of a reach to say that he may have some influence if we make a move for the 28-year-old. Time will tell whether it will translate to anything concrete.