Tottenham Transfer Round-up: Dybala, Aurier, Bale

Tottenham Transfer Round-up - Dybala, Aurier, Bale
Tottenham Transfer Round-up - Dybala, Aurier, Bale

Paulo Dybala

Tottenham Hotspur had chance to sign Paulo Dybala last year, as he was offered to various clubs, including Manchester United, Paris Saint- Germain and Tottenham Hotspur.

The Argentine forward was close to joining them last summer but the move fell through in the end.

Spurs could get another chance to sign Paulo Dybala this summer.

Apparently, Juventus are willing to sell the player for £100m this summer. It will be interesting to see if any of his suitors are willing to stump up the cash for his services now. 

Serge Aurier

Meanwhile, Serge Aurier continues to be linked with an exit from the club.

AC Milan are keen on signing the right back but Tottenham’s valuation has complicated matters for the Italian club. 

Tottenham value the player at £22m but AC Milan are only willing to pay around £13m for the defender.

It will be interesting to see if the two clubs can come to some sort of agreement in the coming weeks now.

Gareth Bale

Former Tottenham winger Andros Townsend has claimed that Gareth Bale would love to return to the London club.

Bale has fallen out of favour at Real Madrid and he is no longer a starter for them. The Welshman has been on the fringes for a while now and he needs to leave the club in order to play regularly again.

A move back to Spurs could be ideal for him. He would get to play more often and he would be back in his comfort zone. Furthermore, the fans love him at Spurs and their support will give him the morale boost he needs right now.

Bale has been heavily criticized by the Real Madrid fans during his time in Spain and he himself admitted in the past that it has affected his confidence and form.

Perhaps it is time for him to return to Tottenham and resurrect his career.

Townsend said: “I think if anything the Bale situation, he’d want to go back to Spurs. The memories of Spurs. His happiness. He was the main man. He was loved. He was at the top of his game. So, if anything I think it would work the other way. He would be like ‘I wish I was at Spurs now and had the freedom to do whatever I want. To express myself and not worry about where I am now where I get scrutinized for playing golf.'”