Spurs have had a £69 million bid for Argentine playmaker Paulo Dybala accepted by Serie A Champions Juventus.
Juventus had previously agreed a swap deal with Manchester United that would see the 25-year-old swap places with Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku, but that deal broke down with the Old Trafford outfit concerned about Dybala’s desire to move and his extortionate wage demands.
Now, the Daily Mail are reporting that Spurs have agreed a deal with Juve and it is now down to the player and his agent to decide whether they favour a move to North London.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is a big admirer of his countryman and is said to have been instrumental in last seasons Champions League finalists pursuing the deal.
However, Dybala is said to expect a wage packet in the region of £300,000 a week, which would see him earn more than Spurs talisman and England captain Harry Kane.
It very much remains to be seen whether Spurs can agree personal terms with the highly-rated Dybala, although it is very clear that Juventus seem determined to force a player, not so long ago regarded as their star man, out of the Allianz Stadium this summer.
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