Arsenal’s transfer window plans have hit a snag as they will no longer be able to pursue Paulo Dybala.
The 21-year-old Palermo star scored 13 goals in 33 appearances this season, and his future appears to be very promising.
After much speculation that Palmero would join Arsenal, their pursuit of him has been denied as he will instead sign with Serie A squad Juventus.
Juventus has agreed to a £29m deal with Palermo, and they will look to defend their Italian title as they move forward with this young prodigy.
Meanwhile, Arsenal will be hard-pressed to pursue another player who can bring scoring ability and young blood like Dybala.
They are currently in third place in the Premier League after tying with Manchester United, and they are hoping to win their first Premier League title since 2004.
Arsenal did have success in bringing in a new scoring threat last offseason as they brought in forward Alexis Sanchez, who leads the club with 16 goals.