Alvaro Morata labels attacker Spurs & Arsenal want to sign as a ‘legend’

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Alvaro Morata has labelled Tottenham and Arsenal transfer target, Paulo Dybala, as a Juventus ‘legend’, as he posted on Instagram.

Over the weekend, the 28-year-old was given an emotional send-off as a Juventus player when he played his final home game for the Serie A giants.

The versatile forward is set to leave the club on a free transfer, with clubs like Tottenham and Arsenal interested in securing his talents.

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Morata would have seen first-hand in Turin what Dybala is all about and this is what the Spanish striker said about his soon-to-be-departing teammate.

“Bro, when I saw you arrive at Juventus I knew you would become a LEGEND,” said Morata.

“You have to be proud of what you have accomplished. I’ve lived many incredible moments by your side. All the luck you deserve for the future.”

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WHO WILL SIGN PAULO DYBALA?

That’s the million-dollar question or, in this case, one that is for absolutely free.

Dybala has 12 trophies to his name and he has also been a five-time Serie A title-winner, so it will be the elite teams he will want to sign for and the elite only.

Arsenal, as things stand, won’t be playing Champions League football next season and Tottenham will – as the race for the Premier League’s top-four will go to the final day.

So, from that perspective, Spurs surely hold the advantage, especially if Dybala is willing to join a team in the Premier League.

In other news, Carragher expects Liverpool ace to go, suggests scenario where he gets ‘five-year deal’



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