Arsenal are confident of snatching Tottenham Hotspur target Paulo Dybala
Paulo Dybala has been a top striker at Serie A for several years. This season, he has already bagged 12 goals and six assists in 27 appearances. He also captained the Old Lady several times this term, proving to play a vital part in their on-field activities.
However, the Argentine star’s off-field relationship with the Italian club’s board has deteriorated recently. That’s because Dybala’s wage demands have made it harder to propose him a new deal for Juventus, who already registered financial loss last year.
Even if the Argentine decides to stay, he has to take a 15% pay cut, making the situation even more difficult. However, this has turned out to be an excellent opportunity for some Premier League teams.
Manchester United and Tottenham have been long interested in signing the Argentine star. Manchester City, Arsenal, and Chelsea joined the race later on. However, now it is believed that the Gunners are financially capable of pulling off the transfer of Dybala.
Arsenal offloaded players in the previous window, securing a considerable sum in the process, which could come in handy in the next transfer window.
Tottenham’s forward lineup would look completely different if you eliminate Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura. The arrival of Dejan Kulusevski has indeed strengthened the depth of our team. However, we have also lost Bryan Gill and Jack Clarke.
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On top of that, Harry Kane’s transfer saga last summer’s transfer saga has suggested that we should never take anyone for granted. That’s why signing a lethal striker who can also play as a no. 10 can help us in the long run.
There is a massive competition for the signature of the Argentine, which would eventually skyrocket his prices in the market. But, Getting a Champions League spot this term could boost our chances of beating Arsenal in the race.