Dybala Not Interested In Spurs Move As Inter Begin Talks
Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is set to leave the Turin club this summer as his contract comes to an end after spending up to seven years at the club, having joined from Parma in the summer of 2015.
Dybala has been linked to various top clubs in Europe and Tottenham recently emerged as a big option for the Argentine. However, Dybala’s representatives have made it clear that their client is not interested in a move to North London and they have debunked these rumours, insisting he has not held any dialogue with Tottenham at all.
Tottenham were reportedly keen on Dybala as they insist they seek a forward to complete their star striker Harry Kane. Dybala turned down Spurs and there are speculations that he is set to agree to personal terms with Inter Milan in a matter of weeks. Inter are long-time admirers of the 28-year-old and to land him for free is an opportunity the Inter board working hard to accomplish this summer.
Inter will send delegates to meet with Dybala’s agent in order to start discussions and negotiations over a possible transfer to the Milan club and a deal could be agreed upon before June 10. It is not yet safe to say that Dybala is only setting his sights on Inter, if the Argentina international receive a better salary offer, it is very probable he will halt talks with Inter.
Dybala would like to remain in Italy, but if a better offer comes from abroad, he will be open to dialogue. Dybala is well-known for his powerful left foot, shooting, and finessing abilities as well as his efficiency with dead-ball situations. Dybala was rumored to have agreed to personal terms with Manchester United in 2020 but the deal never materialized.
Juventus will be working to replace Dybala and Chiellini. The legendary defender Chiellini is set to play in the MLS after calling time on a 19-year career with the Old Lady. The club is working on a number of deals that will be communicated soon.