Paulo Dybala’s future at Juventus remains uncertain and Tuttosport reported on Thursday that Tottenham Hotspur are a ‘step behind’ Manchester United in the transfer race.

On July 26th, the same newspaper explained Spurs are focused on a ‘sensational’ move for the Argentina international and said Juve are looking for a fee between €80-100m to sanction sale.

Over the past few days, the Champions League runners-up have been pressing for the 25-year-old, claims Tuttosport on Saturday.

Though they have not yet formulated an offer for the former Palermo man, the report explains the determination with which Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is moving ‘leaves little doubt’.

It is claimed that Mauricio Pochettino’s side ‘will do everything’ to sign Dybala before the Premier League transfer window closes on August 8th.

Tutto further states the north London club will not struggle to meet the demands of the Old Lady for the transfer as Levy is ready to go with an offer between €80-90m (including bonuses) for Dybala. 

Juve are waiting for the final proposal from Tottenham.


In the vast majority of the Dybala reports from Italy it’s been explained he’ll have a meeting with Maurizio Sarri next week, and that could be the real key here.