European giants open to allow Arsenal target free transfer this summer

Juventus are claimed to be open to the idea of allowing Paulo Dybala to quit the club at the end of his contract this summer, with a number of clubs including Arsenal believed to be keen.

The Argentine forward has been a key player in Turin in recent years, but injuries has hampered his ability to show his best on a consistent basis. Last term he rarely strung three performances together, although this term he has been immense when fit, despite being in and out of the team due to various reasons.

Dybala in fact remains missing as they look to take on Sampdoria this weekend, with him not being named in their confirmed 19-man playing squad, which appears to have gone against him as he looks to secure a new deal.

La Gazzetta (via CaughtOffside) claims that the Old Lady are now willing to allow their former star to leave for free this summer, with him no longer being thought of as an important member of the side.

Juventus fans are unlikely to accept such news about one of their favourite players, but the likes of Arsenal and a number of other clubs across Europe will be thinking up their offers for him in the coming months, with the forward currently allowed to discuss a potetial free transfer with respective clubs outside of Italy.

Would Dybala fit in at the Emirates?


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  1. such a talented player, who’s been hampered by both injuries and the overtly negative style of play that’s on offer far too frequently at Juve…this is likely why they were so aggressive in their pursuit of Vlahovic, as much like us they’re looking for someone who can rise above the tactics being deployed and create their own chances on occasion

    fact remains, I just don’t think his inevitably high wage demands would be justified, unless his “injury” concerns are partially predicated on the fact that he’s been wanting out of Turin for some time…if that were the case, would greener pastures restore this talented forward/CAM to his form of 3-4 years ago, I’m not quite sure, so any rolling of the dice would come down to dollars and cents…personally I think both he and Chiesa would flourish at a club that played a more expansive and offensively-minded brand of football than either here or there

    1. Ahhh TRVL4 so you agree that Juve are overly negative lol.

      I completely agree Dybala was supposed to be the next player to hit the levels Ronaldo and Messi set. But as you rightly said injuries and his choice of club has held him back. I too would be extremely apprehensive to sign him.

      Plus at his age (I know 27 but 28 during the next campaign) and injury record would his stature and strength be an issue too. Look at Tomas Partey very rarely injured in Spain comes to the Prem and spends most of his first season in the treatment room. Then the incredible package his agents would demand. The transfer would be anything but a “FREE” transfer when you factor in agents fees, signing on fees and the rest.

      Steer well clear and stick to the current transfer plan.

      1. I knew you didn’t understand my “ironic” comment on that previous post…it was never about Juve’s largely negative tactics, of which I’ve always agreed, it was about you defending our manager who deploys a very similar brand of football

  2. All these transfers are highly dependent on Champions League football first and foremost. The boys have a chance to show us the fans and the rest of the world what is possible. Let’s not forget were in this position without a top top striker and very little depth. Thank god (and I think we needed it) there is no Europe this season. We have been able to trim off the fat and rebuild with out any pressures of a bloated fixture list, it worked for Liverpool way back when, why not us.

    I think certain players were apparently targeting would not require us to be in the CL. Darwin Nunez, Rubin Nevez, Yeves Bissouma, Djed Spence and Maybe Youri Tielemens. But the problem is if other champions league clubs fancy them we’d face a challenge to get them signed. We’d have to be alot move decisive this summer than we were last, move early and get the transfers done quickly.

    Players like Gnabry, Ruiz, Dybala and even Haaland as mentioned before would require us to be dining at Europe’s top table. They are not impossible transfers by a long shot, we are a big enough club. But they have to have top tier competition and be sold that they can develop further at Arsenal in the Prem.

    Let’s not forget that for example, Haaland could have 4-5 years with us in the prem and still would only be 25-26 . If Real come knocking hes still young enough and if he’s not happy or wants a new challenge he could move on and we wouldn’t lose money.

  3. If he’s struggling with injuries and form whilst playing in SerĂ­a A. Then how would he be expected to perform in a fast paced, high impact league such as the premiership!

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