“That’s why this kind of decision was preferred. The parameters were different, I had already talked about it, nobody ever questioned Paulo’s ability.
“There were considerations to be made about appearances, length and financial considerations. We made our choices in January, we got here. It would have been easy for Juventus to make a low offer, but it would have been disrespectful. to Paulo The decision is made The meeting today was friendly, clear and respectful.
And Dybala could very well be on his way to Tottenham, after the Argentine nearly made the move in 2019, meaning Arsenal’s failed bid for Vlahovic may have left them weak but strengthened their rivals. . In 2019, Spurs agreed a £64.4million fee with Juventus for Dybala, but a deal fell through.