Arsenal surprisingly named as a potential landing spot for South American star

Paulo Dybala could become the biggest free agent in Europe in the summer after talks of a contract extension between him and Juventus broke down.

The attacker has been one of the finest players in the world since he joined the Old Lady.

He remains a key member of their first-team squad, but he has become injury-prone in recent seasons.

When he plays, he makes an impact, but it seems his legs are now made of glass and they are constantly breaking down.

It remains unclear how the conversation between his entourage and Juve went yesterday, but several reports claim he is leaving.

Many clubs will jump at the chance to sign him, and Arsenal will hardly believe they have a chance.

However, a report via Sport Witness claims Mikel Arteta’s side is one of the teams the former Palermo man can join if he moves to the Premier League.

Just Arsenal Opinion

We need to get some attackers in the summer and it would be amazing if we can secure the signature of Dybala.

The Argentinian might be injury-prone but he would give our team a major lift if he makes the move to the Emirates.

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  1. I’d love dybala at the club espec for free but needs out do the rest of big teams wages and singing fee etc plus if he would even be interested. Plz plz plz

  2. Just like Ozil was supposed to fetch us the UCL or EL, and when the finals came, even a kitten would have more courage and pace on the pitch . Say no to all these big wage ZERO contributors, let Mikel hire some unknowns willing to prove themselves on the highest platform – Ramsdale, Tomi, White, Gabs, Nuno, Ode are fine examples (Sambi to a lesser extent) of Mikel’s vision and strategy. May he unearth the next big CDM, No.9 and CF, and I trust him to do an honest and sincere job, which he has been doing ever since he signed to take over a club which was in utter chaos and mess.

  3. Would have said yes if he is a center forward or a dm but as a winger i’m sorry it’s a no cos all we need is a striker and a midfielder therefore he is surplus for requirement.

  4. I doubt whether MA will sign him, not only for the fact he is injury prone but also the fact that the winger position is well stocked at present. Martinelli, Saka, Pepe and ESR can all play on the wings and if need be can rotate between the LW and RW positions. In case Pepe leaves, maybe MA will play Hutchinson regularly or sign someone, but I doubt it will be Dybala. Although I rate him very highly, he is nearly the next big thing in Argentina after Lionel Messi, I doubt he will be a success in the PL.

  5. I am convinced we will not even try to get Dybala. Too often injured -he is a winger when we do not need one – too expensive – too much wages- altogether too unreliable and IMO not a cat in hells chance of seeing him in our shirt.

    Right, the next daft and untrue rumour is now overdue, so please get a move on JA!!

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