Supporters of Tottenham Hotspur have recently reacted to a fresh transfer claim regarding Juventus’ Paulo Dybala which has recently emerged.
According to a report from Spain, Spurs will launch a bid to sign the Argentine attacker during the January transfer window.
Supposedly, the north London outfit will put as much as €70m (£63.4m) on the table to seal the arrival of the forward from the Old Lady.
That is reportedly due to the fact that Jose Mourinho has requested that the attacker is signed and Spurs are ‘willing to make an effort’ to seal his arrival.
The report was relayed to Spurs fans on Twitter by THFCReport and it had lots of them talking.
So, what did these Spurs fans have to say about the fresh transfer claim on Paulo Dybala?
— THFCReport (@THFCReports) December 14, 2020
— ?Michel ™ (@michelstauffach) December 14, 2020
— Luka ?? (@Lukathfc) December 14, 2020
While a few Spurs fans were delighted with the transfer report on Dybala, others were far less positive about it.
Would you be happy if Spurs paid €70m (£63.4m) to sign Dybala?
No, he's not worth it
Yes, he's a class player
No no no no
— KaneDomBale (@Kanedombale) December 14, 2020
i genuinely asking, do we still need him???
— den (@cirkinthfc) December 14, 2020
We don’t need another striker as much as we need a really world class centre back, an Aurier replacement and Dele back.
— ThunderDad ? (@Ayohugh) December 14, 2020
So far this season, Dybala has been Juventus’ sixth-best performer in Serie A as the 27-year-old Argentine has earned a 6.99/10 average rating (per WhoScored).
The attacker has earned the rating over seven appearances in the league, in which he has scored once.
HOW MUCH????? https://t.co/Ady6yl977a
— Tranquillo (@usiphil4) December 14, 2020
Prem ain’t ready for Kane Son Bale and Dybala as our attacking options pic.twitter.com/fIjbDmyhVR
— Ten Mendy (@THFC_Preston) December 14, 2020
— Kenny (@yellowferrari_) December 14, 2020
No why https://t.co/37ZWePTUFh
— Renzo Miguel Ramos (@derrickRAMrOSe) December 14, 2020
As can be seen in these responses from Spurs fans, while some of them were happy with the transfer link, others were not interested.