Date: 8th December 2020 at 1:00pm
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Some Tottenham Hotspur fans have been reacting to a tweet that has been posted by Spurs-focused Twitter account @THFCReports, which relays a claim that was recently made in a report by 90min stating that Spurs, as well as Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool, have been offered the chance to sign Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala. 

As explained by 90min, this comes after the Argentine came close to a Premier League switch from the Serie A club back in 2019, with the Lilywhites and Manchester United both said to have been interested, however, the transfer ultimately didn’t happen on that occasion after the £72m-rated man rejected the move ‘because of his love’ for Juventus. 

Now, though, with the 27-year-old ‘on the fringes’ of the Turin club’s squad this term under new manager Andrea Pirlo, he is allegedly open to a Premier League move and the English top flight’s ‘big six’ clubs have allegedly been made aware of that. 

After this news was shared by @THFCReports on Twitter, it caught the attention of many Spurs fans, who have been sharing their thoughts on the possibility of their club reigniting their interest in signing Dybala.

So, how did these Tottenham Hotspur fans react to this reported Paulo Dybala claim?

Some Tottenham supporters reacted positively to this claim, indicating that they’d like to see the Argentine at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – and one particular Lilywhites supporter questioned if Dybala could replace Dele Alli, who has not played a very significant role for Spurs this season, starting just one of their first 11 top-flight games this term. 

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However, other Spurs fans reacted negatively to this claim and suggested that they wouldn’t like to see the 27-year-old playing for Jose Mourinho’s side. 

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So, judging by these replies to this tweet, it seems as though opinion is somewhat divided amongst supporters of the north London club as to whether or not the Lilywhites should move for Dybala.