Italian reports suggest Paulo Dybala rejected Man United/Tottenham still in the mix

Man United rejected by Paulo Dybala

Wil Paulo Dybala leave Juventus before the close of the transfer window?

And if Dybala does leave Turin, is the Argentine on his way to the Premier League?

In recent days, the likes of Man United and Spurs have been rumoured to be chasing Dybala.

However, Man United’s hopes of getting the deal done appear to have been dashed on Monday.

The front page of Gazzetta dello Sport today report the following:

Dybala only wants Juve – It’s a ‘no’ to United (for now).

Man United, of course, won’t play Champions League football this year. Rather, they face another year in the Europa League.

What about Tottenham?

While GdS claim that Dybala wants to stay at Juve, Tuttosport continue to push links to Tottenham.

Tuttosport’s front page carried these headlines on Monday:

Lukaku in seven days! The English market closes on August 8 and Manchester Untied want to confirm his sale by the following Monday to then fund other transfers – Juve in pole thanks to a possible swap with Dybala (who is also liked by Tottenham), but Inter aren’t giving up.

Romelu Lukaku’s Instagram post

Over the weekend, Romelu Lukaku posted a cryptic message on his social media channels.

Lukaku posed alongside his agent, while indicating that news about his future will “follow shortly”.

Is the Belgian heading for the Man United exit door?


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Soon to be continued🤫 @fedepastorello

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Dybala & Juventus

Dybala is under contract in Turin until 2022.

Since joining the Bianconeri, Dybala has contributed 78 goals and 30 assists in 182 Juve appearances.

Also see: Tottenham: Kieran Trippier reveals why he left.

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