Tottenham director of football Fabio Paratici has already ‘moved to test the ground’ for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala ahead of the summer transfer window.
That’s according to Tuttosport, who say Spurs are one of several clubs lining up a potential move for the Argentine star.
Dybala is out of contract in the summer and so far hasn’t signed an extension with Juventus, meaning he could leave on a free in the summer.
The Italian side are confident they can get him to sign an extension, but that hasn’t stopped the clubs from lining up to secure a potential bargain deal.
Offers have ‘arrived’ from England and Spain already, and Tottenham are one of those to have made early moves is Tottenham.
That comes courtesy of Paratici, who signed Dybala for Juventus and is seemingly keen on a reunion in London.
If they’re to get their man, Juventus will have to fail to sign him up to a new deal, and they are making efforts to stop that happening.
They’ve planned a meeting for Monday, in which they will offer Dybala a five-year deal or a four-year deal with the option of a fifth year, worth €7m a year plus bonuses. After that, a further summit is planned to get things signed.
However, should they fail, the suitors for Dybala’s signature are waiting in the wings, including Tottenham.
Paratici has already ‘moved to test the ground’ ahead of a possible move, and he is ‘thinking of’ reunited with his former star.