With Fabio Paratici and Antonio Conte running things at Tottenham, it is of little surprise that reports have linked Paulo Dybala with a move to North London.
This is not the first time that Spurs have been linked with Dybala and probably will not be the last.
Express Sport says as the Old Lady struggle to get him on a new deal, Spurs could sign him.
Paratici was involved in his transfer from Palermo to Juventus in 2015 and he could help Tottenham convince him to move to London.
Dybala remains one of the finest attackers in Europe and his goals is one reason Juve isn’t in the worst position on the Serie A table this season.
He might not play every match, but he has the knack for scoring most of the time he is on the field. Spurs need a player like him to support their current attack.
A front two of Paulo Dybala and Harry Kane would be very unpredictable, and most defences would struggle to deal with it.
However, he is already 28 and has been struggling with different fitness issues. This could be a sign that the attacker will not play at the highest level for too much longer.
If he is struggling to stay fit in Serie A, he might suffer more injuries in England where the intensity is on another level.
Dybala’s poor physical health is enough reason for Tottenham to reconsider this transfer, especially because a lot of money would be committed to it.