Arsenal Told Palermo Striker Will Cost å£31million

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Premier League giants Arsenal have been told that they will have to stump up å£31million to secure Palermo target Paulo Dybala.

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The Serie A oufit have told the north Londoners that they will have to come up with a similar offer that PSG did for Javier Pastore in 2011 if they wish to secure the Argentine forward according to the latest reports at the Metro.

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Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is rumoured to have been keen on the youngster who is one of the Serie A‰Ûªs best young talents for a number of transfer windows and is finally ready to make a bid for the forward.

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Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini, however, has warned any potential suitors his player will not be sold on the cheap.

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He said: ‰ÛÏHe (Dybala) is a world-class player who is being compared with Javier Pastore, so his price tag matches the skill.

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‰ÛÏWe‰Ûªre talking å£31m and upwards,‰Û he added.

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Due to the players dual citizenship, and with him yet to be fully capped by Argentina, the player has the option to representåÊ either Poland or Italy. However, reports suggest that the player is keen to play for the south American giants.

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