In the midst of renewed Tottenham interest, Paulo Dybala has already turned down Antonio Conte.


Despite renewed interest from Tottenham, Paulo Dybala has already turned down Antonio Conte.

TOTTENHAM are said to be interested in signing Paulo Dybala after missing out three years ago.

As Spurs’ reported interest in Argentine Paulo Dybala grows, he has previously rejected Antonio Conte.

Dybala’s contract with Juventus expires in June, so he could leave before the 2022-23 season.

Dybala has yet to sign a new contract with Juventus and has been linked with a move away from the club.

From the beginning of this month, the 28-year-old could sign a pre-contract agreement with a non-Italian club.

He’d be able to switch at the start of July if he did it this way.

And Dybala’s stance on leaving Juventus has surfaced, giving Spurs and some foreign suitors a huge boost.

The forward, according to Tuttosport, does not want to join another Serie A club out of respect for Juve.

As a result, the former Palermo man could join Spurs or another interested party, Barcelona.

Despite huge debts, former midfielder Xavni Hernandez is now in charge of the LaLiga club, which is looking to bolster its ranks.

Dybala, on the other hand, has previously rejected Conte, putting the 52-year-old’s chances of signing a contract in jeopardy.

When the Laguna Laga native was deciding on his international future, Conte was the head coach of the Italian national team.

Dybala ultimately chose Argentina over Italy, the country of his birth.

When Dybala was playing for Palermo in 2014, he told Olé, “I couldn’t play for a country that wasn’t mine.”

“I talked to my family and realized that I have the rest of my career ahead of me, so I’d rather wait for Argentina.”

After nearly eight years, Dybala may finally choose to join Conte, who has warned his squad that he wants two players for each position.

Dybala could either compete or play alongside Harry Kane in a potential move.

“I believe that, particularly in this league, because the level is so high and you have to play so many games, if you want to have ambition, to be competitive, to fight for something important, you need 20 [outfield]players,” Conte said last week.

“Every role requires two players.

It’s difficult to keep Harry on the bench as a coach, but it’s even more difficult when you’re on the field.

“Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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