Ligue 1 champions PSG and Premier League giants Tottenham are still considering making a move for Juventus ace Pulo Dybala. Linked with a move out of Juventus this summer, the numerous clubs who were red hot after Dybala failed to conclude any deal because of a complicated image rights issue.
Italian outlet Tuttosport has revealed that PSG and Tottenham are the two sides that have still not given up on Paulo Dybala. The two clubs have decided to wait until the opening of the January transfer window when they will be making their move for the 25-year-old. The attacker who was sidelined to a role on the bench last season under Massimiliano Allegri has not had much luck for the Bianconerri this year either.
So far this season, the Argentine has only played 14 minutes of football in the Serie A, out of a possible 180 minutes, i.e. 2 games. It has seen him spend a lot of time on the bench, with Sarri opting to use other options. The newly appointed Juventus manager has preferred superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and former Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain as his ideal offensive partnership, although Ronaldo has been shifted out wide. That hasn't mattered for Argentina, with manager Lionel Scaloni adding Dybala as a part of his 23 man squad for the international break.
But post that, the former Palermo attacker will be hoping to get plenty of first-team minutes for the Turin based club when he returns, as the Italian giants travel to face Fiorentina on Saturday. A lack of regular first-team football could eventually see Dybala leave the club, with reports indicating that he is keen on a move if his situation at the club does not change before the January window opens.
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