This could be the time for North London outfit, Tottenham to capture the signature of Italian Serie A outfit, Juventus star Paulo Dybala as he is now available in the summer transfer window.
A first trial to secure his signature last summer transfer window was very close but did not happen as a result of image rights for the player
The latest report now says the Serie A champions are now open to another deal for as long as the £80 million asking price is met because he has been declared surplus to requirement under former manager Maurizio Sarri and that has not changed.
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Tottenham boss, Jose Mourinho wanted Paulo Dybala for his former club, Man United when he was in charge at Old Trafford but the club failed to agree on the deal and now he wants it done for his new team.
Man United are known to be strongly linked with Paulo Dybala over the past transfer window but for obvious reasons, they have now dropped their interest and are now focusing on Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.
Ole Gunner Solskjaer is keen to strengthen his squad ahead of the coming season as he hopes to win his first title in his second season as United boss.