Tottenham are no longer interested in signing Juventus attacking midfielder Paulo Dybala.
Spurs failed in their attempt to bring the 25-year-old to North London on deadline day due to complications with image rights, as well as the Italian giants’ lack of a replacement lined up for the Argentina international, who featured at this summer’s Copa America.
Inter Milan have now emerged as favourites to sign Dybala, who could still leave Juventus before the European transfer window closes on 2nd September.
But Tottenham, wouldn’t be able to sign him until transfer window reopens in January, have reportedly ended their interest in signing Dybala, according to Italian reporter Di Marzio.
However, Juventus recently hinted that the midfielder could possibly be left out of their 25-man Champions League squad that needs to be submitted at the beginning of next month, meaning if the Serie A champions don’t sign a replacement soon, Mauricio Pochettino’s side could come back in for his compatriot during he winter.