Juventus transfer news: Tottenham offer €70m for Paulo Dybala

Juventus transfer news: Tottenham offer €70m for Paulo Dybala

Tottenham Hotspur seems to be desperately looking for an attacking player as they reportedly make offer for Juventus Paulo Dybala.

Tottenham has reportedly made an offer for Juventus number 10, Dybala after the Argentine fell out on a deal with Manchester United.

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Dybala was supposed to have been in Old Trafford as a Red Devil but his large wage demands prevented this, not just his but also his agent’s.

Having contacted Philippe Coutinho lately yesterday after an Arsenal loan completion rumor broke out, Spurs looks to try to beat the problems that prevented Man United from sealing a swap deal for Dybala.

According to Skysports reporter, Fabriziorom, Dybala failed to move to Manchester United because of his image rights demands and commissions and is still likely to miss out the Tottenham move if he maintains his stand on the contract terms.

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With what is regarded as a very hard deal to pull through, Dybala woefully failed out of an almost completed deal with Manchester United who offered to give Romelu Lukaku plus cash in his place.

See also: Man United transfer news: Why Lukaku will stay in Belgium until the close of the transfer window

The North London club are reportedly tabling a €70m deal, hopefully to convince the Argentine who has lost his place at Allianz Arena ever since Cristano Ronaldo arrived.

Although, Dybala seems not to be pushing for a move out considering that he has been reported to be willing to wait and fight for a place in Juventus, but is he going to shake off Tottenham offer for him?

Premier League see the last days of the summer transfer window and Spurs are also linked to losing Christian Eriksen to Man United who is rumored to be lining a late shocker for Spurs.

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