Tottenham Hotspur target Paulo Dybala is close to joining AS Roma
After leaving Juventus at the end of his contract, Dybala has been on the market as a free agent this summer. But it looks like the 28-year-old is set to stay in Italy as a move to Rome has been agreed.
Dybala has agreed to a contract until 2025 with the Serie A club. Jose Mourinho was key in convincing the Argentine to move to Rome. The 28-year-old is now set to link up with the former Spurs boss.
Dybala was one of the brightest talents in world football until his career suffered a setback at Juventus. Being the talisman for the Bianconeri, the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo and an injury issue in the 2020/21 season saw his stock go down.
Tottenham have a strong attack
Tottenham have heavily invested in the squad this summer, adding both quality and depth to their roster. A move for a mercurial talent like Dybala wouldn’t have been surprising considering our transfer business.
But fans won’t be disappointed at having missed out on the 28-year-old. He hasn’t been at his best in recent years and Spurs now have several options in the forward line to call upon.
Harry Kane and Son Heung-min are arguably among the best attackers in the world. The two have lit up North London with their talent for years now. Their goals were a big reason for Tottenham finishing fourth.
In January, Dejan Kulusevski arrived with a point to prove from Juventus and has done exactly that. The Swedish national has had an immediate impact on English football’s first tier.
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Richarlison has been added to the team this summer. Conte also has other options at his disposal. A move for Dybala would’ve been appreciated by the fans but it’s something the team doesn’t necessarily require to challenge for titles next season.