Reports are now suggesting that Spurs may look to make a bid for the Argentinian attacker and it could be a signing that would both rejuvenate Dybala and help Spurs reach the next level.
An all-round attacker
Dybala is also a threat when he runs forward with the ball – he averages 1.7 dribbles per game and wins 2.2 fouls per game, a tally that ranks him on top of the whole Spurs squad, including Son Heung-Min (1.5 dribbles and 0.6 fouls), Lucas Moura (1.4 dribbles and 1.5 fouls), Harry Kane (1.4 dribbles and 1.9 fouls), Dele Alli (1.2 dribbles and 0.8 fouls) and Christian Eriksen (0.5 dribbles and 0.5 fouls).
An astute Eriksen replacement
Reports of Eriksen leaving Spurs have surrounded the North London club for the whole transfer window but as of right now Eriksen is still a Tottenham player.
If Eriksen does leave, Dybala’s incredibly broad attacking skillset could bring a different dimension to Spurs.
Dybala could create an interesting partnership playing off of Spurs’ talisman, Harry Kane – similar to the partnership he created with Gonzalo Higuain at Juventus.
A proven winner
If they want to add experience in winning trophies to their team then signing Paulo Dybala makes perfect sense – since his move to Juventus from Palermo, he’s won four Serie A titles which includes three consecutive league and cup doubles.
If Spurs signed a talent like Dybala, it would certainly be a marquee signing that would signal their intent to fight for the biggest trophies in Europe.