Man United, Tottenham On Alert As Paulo Dybala ASKS To Leave Juventus!

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Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala has now refused to sign a new contract, MySportDab reports. 

The Argentine is now attracting interest from Premier League clubs Manchester United and Tottenham.

The Argentine’s current at Juventus will expire at the end of this season.

So he is free to negotiate this January a pre-contract with clubs not in the Serie A.

This has put Old Trafford and Tottenham Hotspur officials on red alert.

Meanwhile, Barcelona have previously shown an interest in the player.

According to TyC Sports, Dybala wants to leave Juventus after the Serie A club changed the terms of their previous contract offered.

The Argentine is now furious because he reached an agreement with Juventus before the contract terms were changed.

He is now ready to end his seven years stay at the Serie A club.

The 28-year-old is open to ‘offers’ from clubs outside Italy ahead of a free transfer at the end of the season.

Dybala has scored only nine goals in 20 matches across all competitions for Juventus this season.

Manchester United came close to signing Dybala back in 2019, with a swap deal for Romelu Lukaku.

But, they refused to meet the Argentine’s wage demands.

The Red Devils are expected to lose both Anthony Martial and Edinson Cavani this summer, so bringing new players is likely.

Tottenham also came close to signing Dybala three years ago but the £65m deal collapsed due to financial reasons.

Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham will be a major talk for the news again this summer and he could still leave.

Spurs want a replacement if Kane does leave and Dybala could be that option at the end of the season.

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