Paulo Dybala has reportedly said yes to leaving Juventus after he spoke with the new manager, Maurizio Sarri.
According to Tuttosport, Dybala has agreed to leave Juventus since he has lost his place to Cristano Ronaldo.
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But leaving Allianz Arena doesn’t mean heading to just any team, Dybala has been reported to be open only to teams with similar vision and class as Juventus.
The Argentine’s price tag is speculated to be around 70-90m and the Old Lady won’t accept any fee less than this.
Tottenham are reported to be the first team to have indicated their interest on the 25-year-old after they signed Lyon’s Ndombele to break their club transfer record.Embed from Getty Images
Spurs will have to compete with Man United and PSG who have also been reported of having great interest on the Attacking midfielder.
Dybala would have to choose from the three teams since they all match Juventus’ class.
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