The future of Palermo striker Paulo Dybala is finally set to be confirmed, as a transfer to Serie A champions Juventus will reportedly be concluded on Thursday.
The young forward has been linked to Arsenal for much of the current campaign, but the Italian giants have apparently pipped the Gunners to his signature.
It had been made clear by Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini that the Argentine attacker would be leaving the Stadio Renzo Barbera for the right amount at the end of the season, but it was uncertain where he would end up.
Sky Sports reported that Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, along with Arsenal and Juventus, were also interested.
The latest reports from Sky Sports now claim that Bianconeri chiefs will meet Dybala’s representatives the day after their trip to the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday, where they will play Real Madrid in the second-leg of the Champions League semi-final, and a deal could be wrapped up on Thursday.
A transfer fee of €32m has apparently been offered by Juve, and the 21-year-old is poised to sign a four-year contract.