Juve ‘reject Spurs’ Dybala bid’

by | Jul 26, 2019 10:03

Juventus have reportedly rejected Tottenham Hotspur’s opening bid of €50m for wantaway forward Paulo Dybala.

Dybala has emerged as a serious target for Tottenham, who want to give Coach Mauricio Pochettino one more big-name signing this summer.

However, La Stampa warns their initial offer is some €40m less than Juve’s demands of €90m for the 26-year-old.

The newspaper adds the Argentine will cut his holiday short to resolve his future, with the Manchester United, Inter and Paris Saint-Germain also interested.

Juventus have reportedly rejected Tottenham Hotspur’s opening bid of €50m for wantaway forward Paulo Dybala.

Dybala has emerged as a serious target for Tottenham, who want to give Coach Mauricio Pochettino one more big-name signing this summer.

However, La Stampa warns their initial offer is some €40m less than Juve’s demands of €90m for the 26-year-old.

The newspaper adds the Argentine will cut his holiday short to resolve his future, with the Manchester United, Inter and Paris Saint-Germain also interested.

On the other hand, The Times claims the Champions League finalists could have no qualms about meeting the Bianconeri’s asking price.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy vowed to keep spending money earlier in the week, despite his club only recently splashing out on a new stadium.

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