Paulo Dybala will be released as soon as his contract with Juventus ends at the end of this season. In that sense, there are a large number of clubs that will try to incorporate the striker, who did not reach an agreement to renew his contract with the ‘Bianconeros’. So, from England, a report indicates that up to four Premier League teams are exploring the Argentine case.
According to the portal of the international network ESPN, Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle are interested in the ‘Jewel’. Likewise, the journalist James Olley, author of the report, points out that there are other entities from Italy and Spain (without mentioning which ones) that are also alert to the footballer’s movements.
Going deeper into the case of the English, Tottenham is the first to consult about Dybala through Fabio Paratici, current sports director of the ‘Spurs’ and with a past in ‘Juve’. In fact, the manager knows Paulo from that experience in Italy. Likewise, coach Antonio Conte wants more alternatives in offense.
While Arsenal had contact with the South American environment, but there is nothing advanced with them or with the other suitors. The team led by Mikel Arteta will go out in search of strikers in the next market, as Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah, current ‘nine’ of the squad, end their contract and it is possible that they will leave.
On his side, Manchester United is preparing a revolution with a view to the coming campaign. With the arrival of manager Erik Ten Hag, it is possible that several players will leave Old Trafford. So, Dybala appears as a viable alternative for the ‘Red Devils’ who, as indicated in England, will have more than 200 million euros to hire.
Lastly, Newcastle is close to securing participation in the following Premier League season. With that objective fulfilled and after the economic injection from the new owners, the trainer Eddie Howe advanced that they will make “intelligent” hiring and Dybala can be part of the ambitious project.
Dybala was in talks with Juventus to renew his contract. Moreover, they were close to an initial agreement, but the Turin cast board changed the conditions discussed due to the arrival of striker Dusan Vlahovic, last January, from Fiorentina, also from SErie A.