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Having Cristiano Ronaldo amongst its ranks has allowed Juventus to grow a pair large enough to allow just about any player that wants an out, an exit.
Paulo Dybala is the latest one to be involved in the “I am not happy here” card but fortunately for the Turin giants, Tottenham Hotspur backed out of the deal citing inability to meet Dybala’s wage.
Six months after the move fell through, the Argentina international is believed to be on the brink of extending his contract with the Old Lady.

The Tottenham deal got cancelled few minutes to the close of the summer transfer window and many believe Dybala was more than ready to book a flight to England to complete his medicals
Failure to sign the Juventus No. 10 was considered as a serious transfer blow by then coach Mauricio Pochettino and may have contributed to the apathy that saw his last days at North London.

That of course remains an easy way for the argentine to say his failure can be solely attributed to his inability to sign his compatriot and not that he royally lost touch with his Spurs family like Prince Harry and forgot how to make everyone gel together against all odds.

Even if Juventus was acting like the father to a prodigal son at the time, the Old Lady will be more than happy to see Dybala put pen to paper to extend his deal. This will ensure their dream to one day dominate Europe does not regress.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s signing signaled the hunger of the Italians but letting promising players leave every now and then like they did to Paul Pogba and later Moise Kean is the last way to go about it.
Having Dybala stick with them and ditch Tottenham further away sounds like a way to show they remain a top team no matter what.