Per Di Marzio, Spurs had a bid of €70 million accepted by Juventus, and it is now up to the player to agree to a contract with the team. He had previously rejected a move to Manchester United earlier in the window. Obviously, the move being successful will require quick decisions on the part of both Tottenham and Dybala.
If the move happens, Tottenham’s midfield and attack might look pretty different this season considering the addition of Tanguy Ndombele and other possible other comings and goings. It seems unlikely that Spurs will sign all of the players they’ve been linked to, but perhaps Dybala will be one of them.
Regardless, it is shaping up to be a hectic final hours of the transfer window.