Palermo set to make huge decision over Paulo Dybala's future

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Arsenal will soon learn whether or not they can land highly-rated transfer target Paulo Dybala, as Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini is set to make a decision.

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The Italian club’s coach, Giuseppe Iachini, has revealed that his superior will decide just how much Dybala is worth, despite the fact that the player has a mooted release clause worth £31 million.

The 21-year-old recently revealed that it would be a dream to move to the Emirates Stadium, and so a deal is certainly feasible if Arsene Wenger is willing to pay Zamparini’s ransom.

The Frenchman's readiness to do as such may have increased due to the Gunners' recent performances, with Wenger's side having failed to make a positive impression in the Premier League this term.

This weekend's disappointing defeat at the hands of Stoke City has placed Arsenal's manager under even more pressure, and he'll likely be busy discerning where his team can improve during the January transfer window.

Cavani boost

In other news the Gunners have been gifted a huge boost by Paris Saint-Germain frontman Edinson Cavani, as rumours insist that he’s ready to ask his club to lower his price-tag. It’s thought the Uruguayan wants a move to England, and would prefer to play his football in London.

Manchester United are also said to be interested in the 27-year-old as the future of Radamel Falcao continues to be the subject of debate, but it's believed that Arsenal are the player's favoured choice as he is keen on a move to England's capital city.

Other news

- Arsenal have vehemently denied that Jack Wilshere's recovery from injury has taken a turn for the worst, as reports this morning claimed the midfielder could be out for the next five months. The club rubbished rumours that this was the case, and appeared to confirm that he would return around the previously scheduled date. 

- Wenger will no doubt be re-assessing any affections he might have for Arsenal fans, given that a select few decided to boo him this weekend at a train station. Following his side's loss at Stoke supporters vented their frustrations in a video which has since gone viral.

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