Emirates Stadium side told to fork out massive sum for Argentine youngster.
Arsenal have been told to fork out £31m if they want to sign Palermo youngster Paulo Dybala according to the Daily Star.
The 20 year old helped his side secure promotion back to Serie A last term and has netted four goals in 11 appearances this term and has attracted a great deal of interest of late.
Arsene Wenger is well known for his penchant for signing young talents he can then hone into household names though is likely to be scared off by such a steep price-tag.
Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini insists the youngster is worth every penny, stating;
“They would have to pay 40m to take him away from Palermo.”
Arsene Wenger has seen two young talents seemingly fail to make the grade with neither Yaya Sanogo or Joel Campbell making much of an impact when called upon by the Arsenal boss and this may lead to interest in a fresh attacking option.
However though Dybala may well have the potential to be a big success it’s next to impossible to believe Arsenal would offer anywhere near the stated asking price for his services.