With some 35 months to run on the Argentine’s contract, time is on Juventus’ side to get a deal that suits both the football club and all the player’s parasitic ‘representatives’.
Nevertheless, Spurs will go again in the winter window, a source close to the club tells the Harry Hotspur blog.
Dybala and Pochettino got on well, and it was no secret that Sarri didn’t see the 25-year old as having a future in the Old Lady’s future set up.
The bit-part being offered by the former Chelsea boss might amount to a dozen games, come the New Year.
Whilst the Internet was raging with fans wanting a slice of Levy when it became obvious that the Dybala deal was dead, the fact remains, it wasn’t Baldy’s fault.
Make no mistake, young Paulo wanted a hefty old signing on fee, but it was something Poch championed as this was all about getting the right player.
However, the commissions demanded by the agents and assorted hangers-on defined belief. The blog detailing all that can be read here.
Roll on January.