Juventus are mulling over the possibility of offering Paulo Dybala as part of a deal to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, according to reports.
Spurs crashed out of the Champions League at the hands of RB Leipzig a week ago – having already been eliminated from both domestic cups, while they currently sit a disappointing eighth in the Premier League table.
And Juve chiefs are said to be looking to capitalise on the turmoil in north London to secure a major summer coup, although they will face major competition for Kane.
The report says that Dybala’s stock will have risen since being valued at around €62m in last summer’s transfer window after rejecting a move to Spurs.
Dybala has scored 13 goals in 23 starts in all competitions for Juventus and generally been impressive when coming into a team that has Cristiano Ronaldo as it’s focal point.
And Tuttosport adds that Juventus could be tempted to use Dybala as part of a swap deal for Kane in order to lower Spurs’ cash demands.