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Tottenham Hotspur have emerged as the shock favourites to beat Paris Saint-Germain in the race to land Paulo Dybala this summer, according to bookies.
The Juventus star, 25, had a lacklustre season with the Serie A champions and his future remains uncertain under Maurizio Sarri.
But Oddschecker has found that selected bookies have slashed odds from 33/1 to 3/1 on Dybala to head to Spurs.
Betfred and Betway both have the Champions League runners-up leading the race, with Sky Bet placing odds on PSG at 7/2.
According to Oddschecker, 81 per cent of punters have placed their bets on the move to Spurs in the last 24 hours.
Inter Milan are 8/1 to sign Dybala and Manchester United, who were linked with the Argentina international in the past, are 12/1.
Posted below are the odds for the teams interested in snapping up Dybala.
"With Cristiano Ronaldo stealing all the headlines in Turin, it's no surprise that Paulo Dybala is looking for a move away from Juventus," says Oddschecker spokesman Callum Wilson.
"The Argentine will have no shortage of offers to ponder, but will the bright lights of the Premier League be the deal-clinching USP that Spurs possess?"
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is a big admirer of Dybala and could see him as a replacement for Christian Eriksen, who has revealed his desire to leave the Premier League side this summer.
And the Argentine manager, 47, spoke highly of his fellow countryman in the past.
Dybala scored against Spurs in the 2017-18 Champions League campaign to hand his side a 2-1 victory in the second leg of their round-of-16 clash.
Following on from the match, Pochettino praised the Juventus star as one of the world's best.
"I put Dybala in that category [among the best in the world], because he is a special talent and seeing him on the pitch is wonderful, even if he might cause your team a few problems," he said at the time.
Juventus are reportedly demanding £80m for Dybala, whose contract with the club will expire in 2022.
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