Tottenham target Paulo Dybala wants to stay at Juventus and fight for his place in the team, according to Sky Sports in Italy.

In recent days there have been strong reports suggesting Spurs are interested in signing Dybala before the transfer window closes next month. Manchester United have also been linked, with a possible swap deal involving Romelu Lukaku being mooted.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is reportedly willing to break the club’s transfer record for the second time this summer to sign Dybala following the £60 million arrival of French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon.

However, Sky Sports in Italy claim Dybala would prefer to remain at Juventus and is willing to fight for his place under new manager Maurizio Sarri. He is even said to be eager to return from his summer break early in order to get used to Sarri’s tactics.

If true, it looks like Spurs’ hopes of making one more prestige signing in the current window have been dashed. Perhaps the club will now focus on solutions to more pressing matters, such as the full-back situation.

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  1. It was never going to happen, so typical levy. Offering half his value and pretending to be serious. I’m surprised any chairman does business with him.we are involved with a few players, for goodness sake buy them now or shut up!! Fed up year after year with the embarrassment of Levy pretending to go after players but offering little money.

    • Thanks “big stu” you clearly have inside info at boardroom level. Good to see you’re sharing this inside information with the fans and not just basing your comments on unsubstantiated clickbait rumours like most people. Oh, hold on…..

      • Clearly another ‘ILWT’ merchant, even after nearly twenty years under ENIC, with one league cup to show for our ‘transformation’. Without Kane’s goals, we’d never have made top four under Pochettino, and most of our transfer business has been mediocre at best – it even looks as if the only success of the Bale Seven (Eriksen, obviously – the less said about Lamela, the better) might leave on a free next year, so well has Levy the master negotiator handled his contract talks. What will it take for his deluded fans to see that Levy sees Spurs as a cash cow, nothing else?

  2. Well said Big Stu,you took the words out of my mouth.
    Fed up with the Levy style of offering £5 for a £10 note.
    Over the years we have fart arsed about trying to buy amongst others Moutinho,Berahino,Barkley and Grealish negotiating for weeks/months without success.
    We have already missed out on Ceballos to Woolwich of all people; what betting that we also miss out on Sessegnon and Lo Celso?

  3. Well we all knew that Levy is the stumbling block with transfers
    Makes all the right noises, makes insulting offers for other clubs to get the players
    He has to step back on negotiating as he has no idea how to negotiate!

  4. Not an “ILWT” merchant, I just don’t base my opinions on clickbait rumours that suit my narrative. If things haven’t changed when the window closes, well that will be a different story. Thanks for your baseless judgment of me though.


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