Friday, September 13, 2019

Tottenham are reportedly keen on revisiting their interest in Paulo Dybala in January and are willing to offer Juventus Christian Eriksen in return.

Spurs were strongly linked with a move for the Juventus superstar in the summer but failed with a last-gasp deadline day swoop for the Argentine.

Despite agreeing a fee with Juve, Dybala's wage and commission demands forced the deal to collapse and Tottenham ultimately failed to bolster their attacking ranks.

However Tuttosport have reported that Dybala is still on Spurs' wishlist, and the north Londoners may well offer Eriksen in a potential swap deal when the transfer window reopens early next year.

 Eriksen, who is out of contract at the end of the season, has made clear his desire to leave Spurs but, like Dybala, was unable to secure a summer switch.

It seems the Denmark's future lies away from north London and Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino admitted on Thursday that he was unsure if Eriksen would remain with the club.

The Denmark international only has a year left on his contract, but didn't move on before September 2 and will be with Tottenham until the winter window opens in January.


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