If transfer news in the media are anything to go by, then Arsenal are in the verge of landing their dream signings in the incoming summer transfer window with Arteta keen on bolistering his attacking options.
The Spanish boss is arguably aware that Alexandre Lacazette will be out of contract in summer and therefore the need to at least sign at least two lethal attackers for the betterment of his squad after being literally handed a £250m transfer budget.
However according to the Mirror Football, Arsenal target and Juventus forward Paulo Dybala was pictured in his car heading for a meeting with reports claiming that he was heading to London ahead of contract negotiations with the Emirates outfits.
The 28 year old will leave Serie A in summer and considering that he snubbed Tottenham Hotspurs move, he might be willing to play for Arsenal on a three year contract as far as things are going.
Meanwhile, Marquinhos arrived in London on Thursday ahead of undergoing medicals.
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