Arsenal has enjoyed a better season so far, with Arteta's major goal of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League next season almost being met by his young side.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in bolstering their team, particularly their attacking options, given that Pierre Aubameyang has yet to be replaced and that aging Alexandre Lacazette could leave in June.
As a result, Eddie Nketiah may be Mikel Arteta's only striker, necessitating the addition of at least another lethal striker capable of helping his side fight for major silverware among other close opponents.
The 28-year-old striker's representative is said to have met with technical director Edu in private in London to negotiate personal issues as well as salary, and it's clear that Dybala is only asking for £130,000 per week.
He has 114 goals and 48 assists in 291 appearances for Juventus in seven years, making him a suitable target to lead Arteta's attacking department.
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