This article is part of Football FanCast’s Transfer Focus series, which provides opinion and analysis on recent transfer news…
Tottenham Hotspur have entered into talks over a January deal for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, per Football Insider.
Spurs made a move to sign Dybala in the summer, sources confirmed to Football FanCast, with there actually being a confidence a deal could be struck on deadline day.
Image rights complications saw the deal collapse, however, per sources, and Football Insider now reports that Spurs remain in contact with Juve.
Of course, the Italian giants have a longer transfer window in which to operate and could yet sell him before the end of the month, with the report stating that PSG are interested in securing his signature too.
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This makes complete sense.
The report claims that Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman, has been in talks with Juve.
Indeed, this is not as though he has had to completely restart negotiations.
The next week will clearly be crucial – PSG could well kill this plan stone dead – but Spurs’ proactivity should impress fans, particularly following their poor result against Newcastle United on Sunday.
Perhaps the 23-cap Argentine could well be in the XI for the return fixture next year, and perhaps he could stop them losing 1-0 all over again.