Whilst Tottenham Hotspur have dipped into the transfer market, they are yet to make a deal that would send their summer window to a completely different level.
The London Evening Standard previously claimed that Tottenham are willing to break their club transfer record to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus.
Well, since then, the rumours surrounding the 25-year-old has developed further, with suggestions that the Italian-based attacker could be heading to England's top-flight.
BBC Sport are reporting that Manchester United are in talks to sign Dybala before August 8 deadline, but negotiations, at this moment in time, are at an early stage.
If Dybala is to move to the Premier League then Tottenham would be the perfect destination for him rather than United because of what is on offer.
First of all, Spurs can offer him Champions League football, with the Old Trafford club finishing outside of the Premier League's top-four last season.
Added with that, he would be joining a team that is more stable, with United currently in transition after a number of poor seasons.
Then it comes down to the coaches. There's no doubt that Mauricio Pochettino, who is of Argentinian descent, just like Dybala, would be a better coach for the Juve man than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Pochettino has proven a number of times at what he can do with highly-talented players, and if Dybala, who has scored 103 goals during his career [transfermarkt], lands on his doorstep then he could take his career to a much higher level than Solskjaer.
Either way, if Dybala does make the switch from Serie A to the Premier League then English supporters will be blessed with seeing one of the best talents plying their trade in arguably the best league in the world.
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