Conor Clancy, the Editor-in-Chief of Forza Italian Football, has told Football FanCast exclusively that Paulo Dybala and Harry Kane would be unstoppable together, with the Argentine once again linked with a transfer to North London back in April.
Two summers ago, Tottenham was connected with a blockbuster £80 million deal to bring the South American to north London.
The deal, however, fell through late on Deadline Day in August 2019, with the Serie A heavyweights apparently refusing to trade one of their greatest players, as well as issues with image rights being mentioned as reasons for the transaction not being completed.
Dybala had a fantastic season after deciding to stay in Italy, scoring 17 goals and assisting 14 times as Juventus won their eighth Serie A title in a row.
Dybala has struggled to reproduce his brilliance from last season due to injuries and a lack of form, with the 27-year-old scoring only five goals, his lowest total as a Juventus player.
Dybala, who ex-Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino praised earlier, missed 16 matches in all competitions due to a ligament injury, although he was mostly utilised as a bit-part player and has been linked with a move away from Turin with just 12 months left on his contract.
“I think he’d be unstoppable with Kane because he’s not a number nine, so he’d have to play with a striker like that.”
But, if Dybala joins Spurs, where does Clancy think he’ll play?
“I’d have him as a number 10, as that backup striker, giving him a little bit of flexibility to move,” he continued.
“And I think Spurs’ roster is well-suited to it because the three behind Kane can shift about a little bit and accept Dybala floating about a little bit,” he says.