Dybala rejects move to Tottenham Hotspur

08 August at 09:42
Italian Serie A Juventus’ star striker Paulo Dybala has refused to join English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

Spurs and Juve have agreed a fee of €70 million for the Argentina international late on Tuesday but it is believed that the player could not agree terms with the North London giants.

It seems that Dybala’s camp was adamant for a salary of €10 to €12 million per season with a potential €15 million commission, a demand which proved a little too much for Spurs who were willing to offer €9 million salary per season and €3 million in commission.

That is not the only obstacle in the deal as there was no agreement between Dybala and the last season’s UEFA Champions League runners up over the player’s image rights.

Calciomercato.com understands that Dybala’s camp is waiting for an improved offer but with so little time left in the English transfer window, it is unlikely to happen.

The news will further worsen the relationship between Juve and Dybala as the Turin-based wanted to offload him in order to strengthen the attacking options but the player has refused to join first Manchester United and later Spurs.
 

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