Paulo Dybala makes Juventus transfer decision
Tottenham and Man Utd target Paulo Dybala has told Juventus that he wants to stay at the club and fight for his future. The Argentina international had been linked with a move to England this summer, having seen his first-team opportunities at the club slip away last campaign.
Spurs were reportedly in pole position to sign the player but Mauricio Pochettino will be left very disappointed with the latest news that Dybala intends to stay in Turin.
It is understood that the striker was offered as a part of a potential deal to sign Romelu Lukaku from Juventus, but that deal appears to be dead in the water. Dybala is valued at around £75 million by Juve, a transfer fee that Tottenham are ready to pay outright for the player. Yet it is understood that Dybala has no interest in a move to White Hart Lane.
Newly appointed manager Maurizio Sarri has held talks with Dybala regarding the striker's future at the club, and has indicated that the player can fight for a spot in the first team next year.