Tottenham Hotspur’s pursuit of Juventus misfit Paulo Dybala has reportedly suffered a major blow, as Paris Saint-Germain look to return with a fresh bid in January
Both sides had struggled to materialize the Argentinean’s move, even though both were one step away from hiring him during the summer transfer window.
After Manchester United pulled the plug on Dybala’s transfer, the Spurs have jumped in, willing to land the 25-year-old in the final days of the Premier League transfer market.
However, Mauricio Pochettino has eventually ended up empty-handed after the club refused to meet the player’s whopping wages, as well as, commission problems and image rights.
Although he remained at the Allianz Stadium, Dybala is out of Maurizio Sarri’s picture for the new season and could be on his way out as early as January, as per the Daily Express.
While Pochettino plotted another push for his fellow countryman, PSG are ready to put up a fight and possibly strike a deal with the Bianconeri, as they may be preparing for life after Neymar.
The Parisians would like to take the left-footed forward on loan for a remainder of the season and then potentially buy him out if Neymar returns to La Liga next summer.