Tottenham Hotspurs turned down the chance to sign Paulo Dybala, a free agent who was once a priority.
Spurs have reportedly been put off by the forward’s ‘massive pay demands.’ Daniel Levy, the club’s chairman, has sneered at the prospect of a £280,000-a-week salary. Dybala will part ways with Juventus at the end of the month when his contract expires, after declaring in May that their seven-year relationship was finished because “fate puts us on different roads.”
As a result, Dybala will not play for Tottenham next season, according to the Daily Mail, after Spurs turned down the opportunity to sign him.
Dybala being on other clubs’ radar
Both the Milan clubs are considering bids for a player who has spent the majority of his career in Italy, but Premier League clubs are also reportedly interested.
In fact, Inter Milan has made the most generous offer to Dybala’s representatives thus far, reportedly offering £260,000 per week. The attacker demands a fee of around £280,000, which Spurs are unwilling to pay.
Manchester United has been mentioned as a possible destination for the forward, although Tottenham has also been mentioned.
Where should Paulo Dybala join this Summer?
Dybala wishes to play in Spain rather than England. There is a possibility that players like Joao Felix and Luis Suarez will leave the club. For the Colchoneros, there is no greater substitute than Dybala as Simeone was also showing interest in signing the Argentine.
Romelu Lukaku has not resembled his former self. If Chelsea pursues Dybala, it will be a brilliant move. Strong rumors of players like Christian Pulisic and Timo Werner‘s departures, on the other hand, are circulating. The 28-year-old is adamant about not compromising on his pay. Which makes PSG one of the favorites to sign the forward.
Arsenal is another London team that might recruit Dybala this summer. Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, and others might make an outstanding team with him.
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