Tottenham could revive Juventus transfer interest upon appointing Paratici

Tottenham could revive their interest in Juventus star Paulo Dybala as they look to appoint Fabio Paratici.

It has been far from the ideal start to the summer for Spurs, who have yet to find a manager.

Jose Mourinho was sacked two months ago but the north London outfit are no closer to appointing his successor.

There have been a number of failed attempts, including over Julian Nagelsmann, Brendan Rodgers and Antonio Conte.

Mauricio Pochettino is the preferred target in a grand return but it is now more likely that he will stay with Paris Saint-Germain.

However, it is not all doom and gloom for Spurs.

They are in the process of hiring a new director of football in the form of Paratici.

He has been with the Old Lady since 2010 and has overseen a number of transfers, including the freebies of Pirlo, Sami Khedira, Dani Alves, Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot.

With Tottenham looking to work on a shoestring budget this summer, Paratici's expertise in this field is certainly a major plus for the club.

However, the Italian could come in extra handy as Spurs could reignite their interest in Dybala.

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The Argentine was just one of many transfers he has helped conduct when he joined from Palermo in 2015.

But amid contract trouble, the forward has one eye on the exit door and the Premier League could be a potential option.

Tottenham were close to signing Dybala last year but a deal never materialised but that could change with Paratici at the club.

He knows the 27-year-old better than most in football and could help facilitate a transfer.

First, Spurs chief Daniel Levy will want to hire a manager – with Graham Potter, Scott Parker and Erik ten Hag all on the club's shortlist.

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