Reports: Allegri To Bring Paulo Dybala Along With Him To Arsenal

Paulo Dybala celebrates after scoring.

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Massimiliano Allegri will try to bring Paulo Dybala along with him to Arsenal if he ends up succeeding Arsene Wenger, according to reports in England (via TransferMarketWeb).

The Juventus boss continues to get linked with a move to Arsenal, especially with Arsene Wenger’s future at the Premier League club in more doubt than ever. In fact, as per some rumours, the Italian seems to be seriously considering a switch to England, and has already talked to his close friends and acquaintances about leaving Turin at the end of the season.

Allegri has reportedly let Juventus know that amid his links to Arsenal, he could be convinced to prolong his stay at the Serie A club if he is offered a deal worth £4.3m-a-year, along with increased control over the first team. But if these demands aren’t met by the club’s board by the end of March, he will part ways with the Old Lady outfit at the conclusion of the ongoing campaign.

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Moreover, the Italian tactician plans to weaken the Juve squad further, by luring star striker Paulo Dybala along with him to the Emirates in the summer.

As per some English sources, Allegri is in the process of convincing the 23-year-old forward to make the switch to the Premier League along with him. Furthermore, he is also aware that a fee in the region of £73.7m (€85m) would tempt the Juventus board to sell the Argentine, and he will submit a similar offer once he takes charge of the Gunners.

Dybala recently revealed that he is close to signing a new long-term deal with Juve, by claiming: “My agent has had to return to Argentina for the birth of his son. That means we will have to wait for a bit longer, but I remain optimistic, the renewal will come. It does not just depend on what I want, but we also have to listen to Juventus.”

However, things could change drastically with Massimiliano Allegri’s departure, and Dybala may just end up following his coach to North London.


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