Arsenal WILL be able to Sign €40m Superstar in Winter

EPLGunners are in desperate need of new arrivals in the winter transfer window to turn their season around.
Arsenal need top quality players in midfield as well as defense to reinforce the squad.
However, as per latest reports, the North Londoners are to sign another forward in the winter transfer window.
The players linked with a move to Arsenal is young Palermo Palermo central forward Paulo Dybala.
As per the provided link, even Manchester United are interested in hiring the services of this talented 21 year old Argentine striker but Gunners are prepared to meet the asking price.
Palermo have already targeted his replacement and hence Arsenal will be able to sign Dybala in winter for a sum of €40m.
Gunners already have the likes of Giroud, Welbeck, Sanogo and even Podolski for striking positions hence the reports that they are splashing that heavy cash on a youngster seems baffling.
Paulo has featured in 13 league appearances this season in Italy, scored 6 goals and provided 2 assists as well.
Dybala is super talented and Palermo president made it clear that it will take a lot of money to sign him. Zampirini stated:

“Within two years, he’s going to be better than Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi and Ibrahimovic.”
“It would take €40m to take him away from us. He’s the best striker in Serie A.”

Arsenal are not renowned for splashing that heavy amount regularly, they did last summer on Sanchez and a season before on Ozil. Will they do the same for a very young player?
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  1. SSALI MARCK says:

    I think wenger cant splash that too much on a 21 yaer old boy.. Who is even stil proving to be a gud striker

  2. Gab says:

    Wenger should bench Aaron ramsy for better

  3. Jack says:

    wenger it’s high time u start playing podolski otherwise we shall be in a total shit

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