Other than Inter, Tottenham have been the most linked with Paulo Dybala.

As we’ve said time and time again, that comes down to the fact Fabio Paratici is their director of football, as he was the one to bring him to Juventus from Palermo.

Add to that the fact that Antonio Conte really likes the Argentine, and you have all the ingredients for a Dybala to Tottenham recipe in the Italian media.

One of the latest to be linked with the playmaker has been Bayern Munich, but look at that story and dismiss it with their own information.

They explain that ‘between commissions and the wages, the operation would be too expensive’ for the Bundesliga side, who are already struggling with the renewals of both Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller, as well as Serge Gnabry.

That doesn’t mean Dybala will be without a club going forward, but ‘it will take some time to get to know’ his next destination.

The website then make it clear to ‘pay attention’ to various clubs, naming Tottenham and Arsenal in England, as well as Paris Saint-Germain and Atlético Madrid in Europe.

This will clearly run for a long time, since there’s a chunk of time left in the season and Dybala appears in no rush to make a decision.

While that might be a drag for fans who want to know the player’s next step, it also means more time for Paratici and Tottenham to get all their arguments together and present them with conviction to convince him to join.