Gonzalo Higuain came off the bench to score the winner as Juventus moved top of Serie A by beating Inter Milan 2-1 in an intense Derby d’Italia clash at San Siro.
What the papers say Paulo Dybala‘s prospective move to Tottenham may not have gone through during the summer transfer window, but the Champions League finalists will be offered the chance to make a move for the £65million-rated forward in January, reports the Daily Star.
What the papers say Paulo Dybala could be heading for pastures new with Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus meeting over the coming days to discuss a £73million deal, the Daily Mail says. Dybala, 25, has scored 57 goals for Juve since arriving in 2015.
Tottenham made a double deadline day swoop for Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon but missed out on bringing Paul Dybala to the club.
Tottenham are closing in on deals for Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon while also hoping to tie up a deal for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala.
The transfer window for Premier League clubs shuts on Thursday and there are plenty of deals still to be done.
What the papers say Juventus have agreed to a £69million deal for Argentina forward Paulo Dybala to join Tottenham, the Daily Mail reports. A potential agreement between the Italian giants and Manchester United fell through, paving the way for Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino to swoop in for the 25-year-old talent. But the deal is not done yet, with the paper saying Dybala wants more money than Tottenham’s current top earner Harry Kane.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says there will be an announcement “soon” about the captaincy for the new season.
What the papers say The saga of the summer transfer window continues, with Napoli looking to bring in Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha, according to the Daily Mail. The paper says the Serie A side have made a £60million bid for the winger, with their interest increased after missing out on Nicolas Pepe, who looks to be heading to Arsenal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not be drawn on speculation linking Manchester United with a move for Paulo Dybala but hopes to “announce a fresh face or two” before the Premier League season begins.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s return to his hometown club was marred by the confirmation that Manchester United defender Eric Bailly faces up to five months out following knee surgery.
What the papers say Gareth Bale will get a minimum £20million welcome bonus if he opts to move to the Chinese Super League, the Daily Mail reports. A number of clubs would be willing to at least match his current wages and offer an unprecedented bonus structure, the paper claims.