Transfer deadline day news & rumours LIVE: Dybala to Tottenham, David Luiz to Arsenal & more

Added cost and legal troubles making deal difficult

Spurs have agreed a deal to land Paulo Dybala from Juventus, but the soccer professional’s image rights contracts are holding up his signing. 

The Independent claim that the rights, owned by Malta-based Star Image Company, will cost a multi-million pound fee to settle, with legal issues to iron out as well. 

The cost on the soccer professional and his image rights, along with the legal troubles, are making any chance of signing the Juve star unlikely. 



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