The likes of Spurs, Arsenal, and Manchester United could be on red alert this summer, with Juventus apparently open to selling Paulo Dybala.
The Mirror claims that Dybala could be sold by Juve to raise money in the summer window. The Argentinian has yet to put pen to paper on fresh terms, meaning Juventus run the risk of allowing Dybala to enter the last 18 months of his contract with no deal in place.
And that could mean a boost for Premier League clubs, including Spurs and Arsenal. It is believed England is the most likely destination for Dybala, should he leave Turin.
Indeed, 90Min claimed back in December that the likes of Spurs, Arsenal, United, and Chelsea were all keen on Dybala. It remains to be seen what Juventus would sell their man for, although in 2019, reports claimed a fee in the region of £60m would be accepted.
Given the contract scenario, Juventus might even dip lower on that demand if indeed Premier League clubs do come knocking.
TBR View: Dybala is so talented but comes with risk for Spurs and others
While nobody will deny Dybala is a player of immense talent, it would also be fair to say he hasn’t quite achieved or hit the heights many expected him to do.
Sure, he’s hit goals and scored big goals at that, all while contributing to a successful and dominant Juventus team. But he only has three goals this season. Further, he’s also out injured with a fairly bad injury, adding more risk to any potential deal.
Dybala, in full flow and fully fit, would improve both Spurs and Arsenal. But it’s not a straight forward deal this one and should be carefully considered by the North London duo if they decide to go for it.