Tottenham Hotspur are currently placed at the eighth position of EPL standing table with 45 points, having won 13 matches, drew 6 and lost 9 in the ongoing 2020/21 EPL campaign.
Jose Mourinho is willing to reinforce their attacking option when transfer window re-opens, as they are reportedly keeping close tabs on 27-year old attacker.
According to reports, Tottenham Hotspur have revived their interest in securing the service of 27-year old South American forward, in a bid to strengthen their attacking option in summer.
The Argentine forward's contract deal at Turin is expected to terminate in 2022, and he is yet to sign new deal.
If he refuses to sign a new contract before summer transfer window, Juventus may consider to cash in on Paulo Dybala this summer, in order to avoid loosing him for free at the end of 2021/22 football campaign.
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