TURIN, NETRALNEWS.COM - Some of the top ball clubs in England are reportedly interested in Paulo Dybala. After previously there was Manchester United, now it's the turn of Tottenham Hotspur who took part in the queue to get the Argentine striker.
But Tottenham's first offer for Dybala was rejected outright by Juventus.
The offer was given to Juventus not long ago. Tottenham reportedly filed a figure of 50 million euros (IDR 778 billion) to the Old Lady to get Dybala. However, Italy's daily La Stampa reported that the offer was still rejected by Juventus.
Such an offer is still considered too low by the Bianconeri. Juve wants a price of 90 million euros for Dybala.
However, The Times reports that the Lily Whites have not been discouraged even though their offer was rejected. Tottenham boss Daniel Levy has promised to continue shopping.
Dybala is currently still not joining Juve because he was given a longer vacation following his appearance with Argentina in the America Cup. But Dybala reportedly will cut back on his vacation to return to Turin sooner. The 26-year-old wants to immediately get clarity about his future amid news of the interest from a number of clubs.