Arsenal have lost out in the race to sign Paulo Dybala. [Picture: Getty]
Arsenal have been handed a major blow in their pursuit of sensational striker.
Arsenal’s hope of landing Palermo sensation Paulo Dybala has been dealt a final blow with an update from Juventus confirming the signing of the Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool target.
This report is according to the Mirror, who claims the 21-year-old forward has completed his move to the Old Lady from Palermo for €32million, with the Turin club confirming his switch officially.
The Argentine star made 90 appearances for Palermo and scored 13 goals for them in the just concluded season before signing a five-year deal with the Italian champions.
It was earlier reported that Arsenal had been cleared to sign Dybala after Juventus manager Max Allegri denied a deal was already in place to sign the youngster.
“He is not yet a Juventus player” confirmed Allegri.
“I will not talk about players from other clubs.”