Arsenal has now been given the go ahead to sign Argentinian international striker Paulo Dybala after his current club Palermo announced he will be leaving this summer.

Despite talk last week of the Gunners balking at Palermo’s £30 million asking price it would appear as if Arsenal is still in the hunt for the 21-year-old with both Chelsea and Serie A Champions Juventus also said to be monitoring the situation.

The Sicilian clubs director of sport Dario Baccin has now accepted the fact that one of Europe’s to prospects with be leaving Palermo in the summer saying: ‘He has rejected all our proposals for a contract renewal, so at this stage it’s safe to say he will certainly leave’.

This is great news for Arsenal yet while the other two clubs we mentioned will have no trouble meeting the £30 million asking price Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger’s philosophy of finding value in the market place will be severely tested for him to pay such a high price for a player who is yet to be tested in the Premiership.