Tuttosport in Italy claims that Tottenham Hotspur have not given up on their pursuit of Paulo Dybala and they are prepared to go back in with a new offer once the winter transfer window opens.
The report claims that Spurs will have to battle PSG for the Argentine’s signature – with Dybala expected to leave Turin after only appearing for 14 minutes in the Old Lady’s first two Serie A games.
Tottenham tried to bring Dybala to North London on transfer deadline day, but they could not agree a deal on the player’s image rights and the move fell through.
The player was said to be keen to join, but his complex image rights could not be agreed, and the player remained in Italy – though Maurizio Sarri admitted that Dybala could be sold to balance the wage books.
Christian Eriksen looks set to leave Spurs either in January or at the end of the season – so they need to find another world-class player to replace the Dane and Dybala would certainly fit that bill.
Last season was a slump for the 25-year-old, but the year before that he was arguably one of the best players in Europe and a move away may help him rediscover that form.