Paulo Dybala of Juventus FC look on prior to the Serie A
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Report: 'Brilliant' international player now open to PL move, just weeks after rejecting Tottenham

Tottenham are interested in signing Paulo Dybala this summer and their hopes of landing him might not be over, despite reports to the contrary.

A few weeks ago, we reported on TBR how Dybala had apparently rejected the idea of moving to Spurs. The Argentinian star is wanted by Inter Milan, who are said to be favourites to sign the forward.

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However, with no deal with Inter completed as yet, Dybala has given Tottenham and other interested clubs fresh hope that he might yet consider a move to the Premier League. Speaking this week after Argentina hammered Italy at Wembley, Dybala admitted he’d like to experience the English game if possible.

“I am quite calm. The people who I work with are taking care [of it]. In Italy, I am very comfortable, [but] I would still like to know other leagues like the Premier League [and] La Liga. But I’m happy in Italy,” Dybala told ESPN, via The Express.

Dybala is leaving Juventus after a hugely successful spell with the Italian giants. He’s won more than ten trophies in his time with the Turin club, scoring in excess of 100 goals in the process.

TBR’s View: Tottenham Should Keep Probing When It Comes To Paulo Dybala

While it still seems more than likely that Dybala remains in Italy, Spurs would be wise to just keep probing away when it comes to this potential deal.

Sure, Inter might hold the upper hand and talks might already be down the line. However, Spurs have the Conte factor and can now offer Champions League football. That, of course, is crucial to a lot of top players.

Should Tottenham have a sniff at getting Dybala, then it’s a deal they have to pursue. The ‘brilliant‘ Argentina star is a game changer signing, and one which would delight the Spurs fans.

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