Tottenham Hotspur have made a €70m offer for Paulo Dybala, claim Sky Sport Italia, but it is again up to the player who already rejected Manchester United.
According to a report this evening from Sky Sport Italia, the London club has made a formal bid for €70m and Juve are inclined to accept.
However, La Joya has already blocked an exchange with Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku because he does not want to join the Old Trafford club.
He might think differently about Tottenham, because their manager Mauricio Pochettino is from Argentina and was already reported over the weekend to have called Dybala personally.
Spurs are also in the Champions League and indeed reached the Final last season.
Paris Saint-Germain also remain interested in Dybala, but will likely wait until after the Premier League transfer window has closed on Thursday afternoon.
Dybala's wage demands from Manchester United were €12m plus bonuses per season, plus a €15m commission for his agent.
However, some of that may well have been his attempts to block the transfer.