Paulo Dybala would allegedly be open to switching to the Premier League in the summer, amid links with Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal.
The 28-year-old player is set to quit Juventus when his contract runs out at the end of the term, and the Argentina international is now allowed to negotiate pre-contract agreements with non-Italian clubs.
The Gunners are one of a host of clubs who are believed to be keen on signing the South American, with one report stating that both technical director Edu and head coach Mikel Arteta are desperate for Paulo to move to the Emirates Stadium.
According to a report from Corriere dello Sport, the star is keen to end his 10-year stay in Serie A and test himself in a new division, with a move to the English top-flight to be considered by the frontman this summer.
Arsenal are on the observation post for attacking reinforcements, following the winter departure of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang to Xavi’s Barcelona, while the futures of both Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette remain uncertain, as both attackers are out of contract in June.
Paulo, who has scored 113 goals and picked up 48 assists in 284 appearances for I Bianconeri across all competitions, has also been mentioned with Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea, as well as Blaugrana.