Tottenham’s chances of striking an audacious deal to sign Juventus forward Paolo Dybala have been handed a major boost.
The 25-year-old, who has been given extra time off after his Copa America commitments with Argentina earlier this month, isn’t with the rest of the Juventus squad who are currently in South Korea preparing for the final game of their pre-season tour of Asia against the K-League All Stars tomorrow.
And according to Sky Sports, Dybala is currently weighing up his options this summer, with Tottenham, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and PSG all interested in his signature.
Mauricio Pochettino was questioned about the possibility of bringing the highly-rated attacker to North London after Tottenham’s defeat to Manchester United in the International Champions Cup earlier today, but the Argentine failed to comment, stating he is only here to talk about football rather than transfers.
Spurs are set to fly home from China tomorrow as they gear up for the Audi Cup which starts in Munich on Tuesday, where they will play Real Madrid in their opening match.