Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is in search of a top notch striker and the club is ready to make £31.6m offer for Palermo starlet Paulo Dybala in the winter transfer window.
Arsenal have struggled badly to score goals this season as Frenchman Olivier Giroud is out injured while rest of their strikers, with Alexis Sanchez the only exception, have failed to perform on a consistent basis. This has prompted Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to look elsewhere in the market and the French boss believes that Palermo starlet Paulo Dybala has what it takes to become successful in the Premier League for Gunners.
Paulo Dybala, 21, is considered as one of the most exciting strikers of Serie A and many of Europe’s elite clubs, including Manchester United, are keeping a tab on the progress of the youngster.
Meanwhile, various reports coming from Italy and England have also confirmed the plans of Arsenal to launch an ambitious bid to get their man. Italian newspaper Tuttosport has also confirmed in its report today that Arsenal are ready to offer 31.6 million pounds or 42 million euros for the signature of Paulo Dybala.
Paulo Dybala has scored 6 goals in 13 Serie A games for Palermo this season and club president Maurizio Zamparinin describes him as “New Aguero” of Argentina.
Arsenal have made a difficult start to their Premier League season as the club has managed to win only 20 points from its first 13 games so far. Arsene Wenger is desperate to change the fortunes of the club soon and he has said on numerous occasions that he wants to win the Premier League title for Arsenal.
Speaking about the difficult start of Arsenal to its new campaign, Arsene Wenger said today that: “Of course, we have not started very well, but we never had the squad together since the start of the season. It was a post-World Cup start typically.
“I think we have what is requested to do it. We have to fight like mad now to come back as much as possible to show that we can compete in every single game. After 13 or 14 games, you cannot say that the title race is over. You cannot say that is not catchable.”