Arsenal fans who are obsessed with checking transfer news will surely have read endless headlines linking the Gunners with a swoop for Argentine striker Paulo Dybala at some point in the recent past.
Gossip columns and click-bait artists have continuously claimed Dybala may move to the Emirates Stadium this summer, however the current updates from Italy all point to the striker joining Juventus instead.
Dybala-to-Juve is a story which graces the front covers of Italian dailies Tuttosport and Corriere Dello Sport on Monday.
Tuttosport’s article claims that Juve hope to wrap up the signing of Palermo’s 21-year-old forward by the end of the week.
According to Tuttosport, Juventus director general Beppe Marotta will hold a summit with Rosanero President Maurizio Zamparini and Dybala’s representatives on Thursday or Friday to seal the deal.
Moreover, the newspaper believes that the Old Lady have raised their offer to €36 million, paid over three years and split into €32 million up front and €4 million in bonuses.
As for Corriere Dello Sport, they agree that Juve are in pole position to land the striker, however they also report that Inter Milan are in the running too.
Dybala has scored 13 Serie A goals this season.