ARSENAL have joined the race to sign Juventus star Paulo Dybala, according to reports.
The Gunners are the latest club to show interest in the Argentine – who is out of contract in the summer.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are also thought to be among the Premier League clubs keen to sign the 28-year-old.
But, according to The Mirror, they will have to fight off Arsenal as Mikel Arteta looks to land the attacking midfielder.
Dybala and Juventus had initially agreed on a five-year deal worth £6.7million per year before Christmas.
However, talks collapsed after the Vecchia Signora changed those terms at the eleventh hour.
It now seems unlikely that the Argentine ace will extend his stay in Turin and his representatives are putting feelers out to some of Europe’s biggest hitters.
The Premier League’s big six as well as Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan have been contacted about Dybala’s availability.
The former Palermo star’s representatives are expected to travel around Europe to try and broker a deal before June.
However, Premier League clubs are not convinced Dybala is going to leave Juventus in the summer.
That is because he is currently the team’s vice-captain and has worn the armband on various occasions behind the often injured Giorgio Chiellini.
He also dons the club’s famous No10 jersey and is considered the face of Juventus.
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Dybala arrived at the Italian giants from Palermo back in 2015.
Since then he has gone on to play 277 times for the club, scoring 111 goals and assisting a further 46.
He has also been capped on 31 occasions by the Argentine national team, but was not a part of the squad which lifted the Copa America last summer.
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