New Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho's first target has been revealed, according to report in The Sun.
Mourinho is prepared to start the transfer business in winter with Juventus star Paulo Dybala and it has been made known to Tottenham Chairman Dani Levy.
The Argentine attacker is valued €100m, he was close to joining Spurs in the last summer before the deal broke down.
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Juventus will be willing to let go of the former Palermo star if Spurs meet his valuation, Dybala is seen as an ideal partner for Harry Kane in the attack, as well as being a potential symbol for the club.
The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo last season limits the Argentine involvements under Massimiliano Allegri but the signing of Maurizio Sarri has seen Dybala revive his career at the Turin after a tough year in 2018/19 and it would cost a fortune to prise away from Juventus with him back on top of his game.