£23.4million Deal For Arsenal Target Confirmed by Club.

The transfer of an Arsenal target has been announced on the official website of the side that succeeded in signing the star.

Arsenal have been dealt a 'mayweather' blow in their pursuit of Paulo Dybala as Juventus have announced the completion of the deal.

Arsenal made moves to get Dybala from Palermo but failed to survive competition from Juve who have now sealed the switch with a sum of £23.4million. Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea aren't left out of this. They also wanted the 21-year-old forward but unfortunately, the Argentine seems not to be interested in a switch to the English Premier League at the moment so he has decided to remain in the Serie A.

He made 34 league appearances for Palermo in the 2014/15 season, scoring 13 times. He has now signed a five-year contract with the Italian giants.

Arsene Wenger will have to consider other options as he aims at strengthening his front line this summer.

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  1. I find this sort of BS blogging totally unacceptable. I have zero interest in reading about other teams' signings. By the title of your blog, you make it sound like Arsenal is the "Club", which it isn't. There are plenty more of these rubbish BS blogs on plenty of sites. I am sick of going there to find out the report is total cr@p. Just stick to "reporting?" on stuff that concerns the Arsenal, as far as signing are concerned. Really not that difficult, is it?

  2. You just confuse us. pls report what concerns us plls


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