Arsenal transfers: Gunners given green light to sign Paulo Dybala

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini reveals that he has opened talks with English clubs over Paulo Dybala

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Arsenal have been given the go-ahead to sign Paulo Dybala from Palermo this summer after the Italian club revealed that they are willing to sell the striker.

The Gunners have been heavily linked with a £30m move for the 21-year-old in recent weeks as Arsene Wenger considers bolstering his attacking options at Emirates Stadium.

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini revealed earlier this week that the Serie A side are willing to listen to offers for the highly-rated Argentine.

Now, Zamparini has revealed that Palermo have already opened talks with a number of English clubs.

Zamparini is quoted as saying by Metro: “I’m speaking directly to the presidents of the teams interested in England.

“There is a lot of interest, the player is very good and we’ll try to find an agreement.”

Dybala has been in fine form this season, scoring 12 Serie A goals and notching up seven assists for Palermo. He joined Palermo from Argentine side Instituto back in 2012 and has made 78 league appearances for the Italian side.

Chelsea and Manchester Untied are among the other Premier League sides said to be keeping tabs on the forward.

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