Spell it! Spurs 80 million bid for Dibala to break the teams transfer record

 Spell it! Spurs 80 million bid for Dibala to break the teams transfer record

In the summer window of 2018 and the winter window of January 2019, Spurs have no buyers, which is a clean slate in European football. Last season, Spurs, who were quoted in two consecutive transfer window 0, reached the Champions League final. Unfortunately, they lost to Liverpool and missed the first Champions League trophy in team history. Perhaps stimulated, or perhaps unwilling, Spurs management started investing crazily this summer, which made Spurs fans suddenly dare not believe this is true.

Earlier this month, Spurs bought Ndong Belle from Lyon with a record transfer fee of 65 million pounds, which is not the end at all, but the beginning. The Post says Spurs intend to sign 25-year-old Dibala from Juventus, and will not hesitate to break the clubs transfer fee record again. Spurs are not just thundering or raining this time. They have formally contacted Juventus and expressed their desire to sign Dibala.

Spurs recently signed 65 million players to East Belle, breaking the teams record.

Dibala is recognized as one of the most outstanding strikers in football today, and his arrival will greatly enhance Spursstrength. Due to Ronaldos joining, Dibalas position in Juve has declined seriously. Last season, his playing time was limited, scoring only 10 goals for Juventus. Juventus have no objection to the sale of Dibala. They are willing to hear offers from other teams for the Argentine attacker. Juve are willing to sell Dibala if the price is right. In the German media Transfer Markets, Dibala is worth 76.5 million pounds, almost the same as Spursoffer of 80 million pounds.

Pochetino admires Dibala very much. Last February, Uncle Pochetino praised Dibala as a special genius. Its a pleasure to watch him play on the pitch, although as an opponent hell cause you a lot of trouble. Pochetino said. Spurs and Juve met in the Champions League knockout. In the first round, the two sides drew 2-2 in Turin. Back in London in the second round, Spurs were infinitely close to promotion, but Dibalas key goal helped Juve knock out Spurs 4-3.

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