Juventus and Tottenham were said to have agreed a €70million deal to sign Paulo Dybala, according to Sky Italia.
Concise News learnt that, although personal terms are yet to be agreed between Spurs and Dybala’s camp.
Dybala in recent days has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United, all summer. But did not appear keen to join the Red Devils.
United were keen to sign Dybala this summer, with Romelu Lukaku heading the opposite direction to Turin.
However, the deal collapsed over the weekend.
Dybala was believed to be demanding a £350,000-a-week contract, while another major sticking point was a wrangle over his image rights.