‘Nothing decided’: Fabrizio Romano says ‘special’ Tottenham target’s future is up in the air
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'Nothing decided': Fabrizio Romano says 'special' Tottenham target's future is up in the air

Tottenham are said to be keen on signing Juventus forward, Paulo Dybala, but according to respected journalist Fabrizio Romano, nothing has been decided just yet.

Reports on Friday from Corriere dello Sport had claimed Tottenham could be waiting in the wings to sign Dybala, who has apparently pulled away from contract negotiations with Juventus. Dybala had been all set to put pen to paper on fresh terms, but Friday’s twist threw a spanner in the works.

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But while Tottenham fans were within their rights to get excited about the news, Romano has provided an update which suggests Dybala might well end up staying in Turin. Taking to Twitter, the respected transfer guru and journalist had a few words to say on the matter.

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Dybala has been linked with a move to the Premier League more than once over the years. A whole host of clubs have registered an interest, including Tottenham. He has played more than 200 times for Juventus and been a key player in recent times.

Always highly-rated, Dybala was branded by a ‘special talent’ by former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino. It is little surprise, then, to see him still on Tottenham’s radar.

TBR’s View: Tottenham Should Stay Firmly In The Loop On Dybala

While this might not be exactly what Tottenham fans wanted to read on Dybala, it’s worth the club keeping in the loop.

Things change so quickly in football that a move could be possible. Juventus do want to keep Dybala, but whether they can get it over the line remains to be seen. Spurs will be hoping that the Conte factor can help them. The Italian is a big fan of Dybala.

Certainly, the Argentine would be a signing of the highest calibre. Making statement signings will be key for Tottenham in the next windows. Dybala fits the bill, and would improve the first XI immediately.

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