Arsenal target ignores their interest by remaining in Italy

Arsenal has finally missed out on signing Paulo Dybala after he chose to remain in Italy and sign for Inter Milan.

The Argentinian will become a free agent at the end of his month when his contract at Juventus officially expires, and he has been in talks with several clubs.

Arsenal had been hopeful he would leave Italy and try out the Premier League by joining them in London.

However, the former Palermo man has agreed to join Inter Milan for around £5million-per-season, according to Gazetta dello Sport.

The Gunners will now have to turn their attention towards signing another attacker to bolster their group.

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A move for Dybala was always going to be tricky, considering that he had so many suitors.

Because we will not play in the Champions League, we already didn’t feature high on his list of options.

Now is not the time to wonder why he is joining another club. Instead, we need to channel our energy towards adding another player to the squad.

The Italian league has some fine attackers and we are still in the running to sign the likes of Victor Osimhen and Gianluca Scamacca in this transfer window.

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  1. No doubt we will spend weeks chasing him despite him having no interest in signing for us.
    Because, when it all boils down it Arsenal are not a top club anymore and top players want to play for top clubs.
    Arsenal and its ownership under Kroenke are the perfect case study on how poor management can impact a club.
    Had Arsenal been managed correctly – ensuring that signings IMPROVED the squad, renewing contracts for players that had EARNED new contracts and selling players before their contracts expired then we might even be challenging Liverpool and City.
    Instead we make the same mistakes over and over again. Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
    Had we been managed WE might have signed Haaland or Nunez instead of coming across to every club in Europe as being desperate…

    1. There are rumours that he wanted 280K a week… I don’t think Arsenal would have offered him that…

      Inter agreed to pay him 260K per week…

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