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Tottenham have held fresh discussions with Juventus over a deal for Paulo Dybala despite failing to sign the forward earlier this month, according to Football Insider.

Dybala came close to joining Spurs on deadline day in England but a deal ultimately failed to materialise, with reports suggesting image rights and Juventus’ stance on the player both proved to be stumbling blocks.

The Argentinian remains a Juventus player, although he has been heavily linked with Paris Saint-Germain this month. The European transfer deadline is still open for another week, so there is a chance Dybala will leave Juventus for PSG in the coming days.

However, Football Insider claims Tottenham remain keen on signing the 25-year-old if a move to PSG doesn’t come to fruition. Spurs have apparently informed Juventus of their ongoing interest, and Dybala’s representatives are aware the Londoners still want to sign him.

If Dybala resists the lure of PSG, it will be interesting to see whether Spurs make another offer for him in the January transfer or wait until next summer. The timing could depend on how Dybala performs for Juventus in the meantime.

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    • What an Assinine comment
      They lost a game, you so feckle. Go root for Liverpool and Arsenal if you so upset about one game. You root for your team to bounce back once the season starts. What kind of fan could you be. You want bonifide super stars signing the academy is a farce,

  1. Paul give your head a wobble we may of lost one game but we have won 4 in about 12. Stop fooling yourself we got no chance of winning the league and will be lucky to make top 6. Go support a mid table team who’s fans dont moan.

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