Arsenal have joined rivals Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United in the pursuit of Juventus striker Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine striker has not yet agreed on a new contract, with Juventus giving him an ultimatum with their final offer “take or leave”.
His contract expires in June 2022, so a sale over the summer now seems almost guaranteed and the Premier League is a possible destination.
Manchester United have long been linked with ‘La Joyan’, while Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are also interested.
According to the newspaper The Sun, now Arsenal are also ready to make an offer for Dybala if they are unable to keep Martin Odegaard once the loan period from Real Madrid expires.
Dybala has scored three goals and provided two assists this season, but only managed 16 competitive appearances due to injuries and coronavirus infection. / Telegraphy /