Tottenham would vastly benefit from significant investment in January, as they look to finish in the top four of the Premier League this season and go one better in the Champions League.
But who should they sign? With the possibility of Eriksen leaving looking all the more likely, Spurs would really benefit from signing a creative player to be at the heart of the teams attacking football, but who fits the bill?
For me none seem better than Juventus forward Paolo Dybala. The Argentine is currently playing in Cristiano Ronaldo’s shadow and is waiting to have his potential unleashed. Despite being restricted to just 11 Serie A starts this season, he has scored 5 goals. In the Champions League he has really excelled, in just 2 starts and 4 sub apps, he’s netted 3 times and assisted 2 more.
Although it may feel like Dybala has been around forever, the Argentine international is actually just 26 and therefore approaching the best years on his career, on paper.
A bid of around £50million could tempt Juventus into cashing in on the forward who looks like he will never find centre stage at Juve.
In the summer the Argentinean has been put on the market by Juventus according to CalcioMercato. It shows the club to not view the player as indispensable and a big offer from a club like Tottenham could tempt them.