Respected agent Frederico Pastorello has seemingly poured cold water on the chances of a swap deal involving Harry Kane and Paulo Dybala this summer.
And the Italian has given his opinion on the current market and how it will be affected by the current pandemic that has halted virtually all football.
Among his answers, Pastorello commented on Kane’s future at Spurs, with Manchester United and Juventus both tipped to make a move for the England skipper this summer following his recent comments about his future.
But he appears to have ruled out the chances of Tottenham getting Dybala as part of any swap deal for Kane.
“I don’t know the situation from the inside because I’m not his agent, but Dybala seems to have flourished again. I honestly still see him at Juve,” Pastorello told Tuttosport.
“I don’t think the swaps will concern him, Kane or the champions. I think that the clubs, rather than depriving themselves of the best in such operations, perhaps will wait a year longer to aim for a greater collection. I imagine many swaps, however, between the medium-high-end players of the big.”
If that stance is true then it may give the edge to United in the chase for Kane, given that Juve may not have the funds available for a straight cash bid.
Indeed, one pundit feels that Kane could be Old Trafford bound as he won’t want to continue playing under Jose Mourinho – given the current style of football the Portuguese is wheeling out in north London.
Meanwhile, a Tottenham centre-back has said that he would be fully prepared to find another club if he is not given sufficient game time by Mourinho. Read more…