For much of this summer, it’s been widely stated that Tottenham would splash the cash, with Daniel Levy opening the chequebook so Mauricio Pochettino can rebuild the squad.

That happened with the signing of Tanguy Ndombele in a club-record move, but there’s been little movement since then.

Most of that has been because of the frustrating pursuit of Giovani Lo Celso, with Real Betis refusing to move on that front. Well, it seems Spurs may have changed their interest to another Argentine instead.

Tuttosport report today that Tottenham are now focused on a ‘sensational’ move for Juventus star Paulo Dybala.

The newspaper reports that Juventus are looking to sell players this summer after spending heavily, particularly on Matthijs de Ligt, and Dybala is one of those that could leave.

Tottenham, as well as Manchester United, are showing serious interest and are more likely destinations for Dybala that PSG, who are merely remaining ‘vigilant’.

Tuttosport push Tottenham’s interest hardest (they did the opposite yesterday), though, and say that they are pushing hard to get Dybala and will use the funds secured from a new, lucrative sponsorship deal to do so. A move for Dybala would cost Spurs between €80m and €100m with bonuses.

It’s claimed Tottenham are confident Pochettino can convince both Juventus into a sale and Dybala into the move and that the player may even be interested.

Neither he nor Juventus wanted to split in the past, but Argentinian sources say Dybala wants a new challenge and would not oppose a move. Juventus are waiting for him to return from his holidays to verify if that is the case.

If it is, they will likely push for a sale with Tuttosport explaining that the club need the cash and to reduce the number of strikers currently on their books.

There doesn’t appear to be a lot in this one yet, just claims being thrown between Italy and England, and the same goes for Manchester United.