As it was predictable, reports regarding Paulo Dybala‘s future are multiplying.
The last voice claims the Argentinian is now going to refuse an offer from Juventus to join north London side Arsenal instead.
The Italian champions have been leading the race, with Dybala not read to leave the country, but now claims in Italy suggest that the striking sensation might have had a change of heart.
According to new reports, he will accept a switch to the Premier League and particularly for Arsene Wenger’s side, ahead of the other interested clubs from all over Europe – among those Chelsea as well: Jose Mourinho was also reportedly interested in La Joya and it remains to be seen whether Chelsea will top Arsenal’s offer or not.
The Gunners have made an offer of £30m to Palermo, hoping the amount would be sufficient enough to make a deal go through as soon as possible – Zamparini, Palermo’s volcanic president, asked for 42m euro.