Go on Arsenal fans, keep dreaming about the Gunners completing the transfer of the Spanish international forward Alvaro Morata, I dare you. I double dare you but in all honesty I think you would have a more productive time if you tried to make a model of the universe using only spaghetti hoops.
That is if the Metro report claiming that our Premier League and London rivals Chelsea have just had a transfer bid of over £50 million turned down by Real Madrid is true.
This report is not saying that the young player has turned down the chance to join up with the former Juventus and Italy manager Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge, which I could perhaps believe because Morata is not likely to want to sign for a club with no European football to offer.
No, the story is that the striker’s parent club Real Madrid have turned down the mega bid from Chelsea and that tells me one of two things. Either they are holding out for more as the report suggests, with a ridiculous figure of £64 million being talked about, or they have decided to keep hold of the player they just brought back from Italy.
Either way the chances of Arsenal signing him are as big as the Euro 2016 party being held by the French fans right now. Arsene Wenger would not spend that much money on any striker, never mind a young one that is yet to really prove themselves among the elite of the game.
So who will the Gunners get to add some much needed firepower?