Arsenal and Chelsea look set to miss out on Palermo star Paulo Dybala, with the Argentine reportedly set to remain in Italy with Serie A giants Juventus.
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The 21-year-old has been linked with a move to Premier League, but The Daily Mail reports he will sign with the Serie A champions by the end of the week.
Dybala has hit the back of the net on 13 occasions this season, and it is believed controversial Palermo president Maurizio Zamperini was keen to seek interest from English clubs in an effort to increase the youngster’s transfer fee.
However, it now seems the Premier League is out of the question and a move to Juventus beckons.
Dybala’s style of play has been compared with compatriots Sergio Aguero and Javier Pastore, and there was believed to be early interest from Manchester United for his signature, but the signing of Memphis Depay has ended speculation.