Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala prefers a move to AC Milan this season, with Arsenal and Newcastle United also ramping up their interest in the Argentine.
A report from Il Corriere dello Sport understands that Arsenal and Newcastle United have started making an effort to land La Joya in the Premier League next summer. However, the report also suggests that Dybala would like to join Milan if he were to stay in Italy.
The breakdown in negotiations over the contract renewal with Juventus has already guaranteed Dybala’s departure from Turin in the summer. He will be leaving the club as a free agent. Considered one of the best in his position, Dybala has previously garnered interest from various clubs in the Premier League, including Arsenal.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is thought to be a huge admirer of the diminutive Argentinian. The idea of getting him on board for free seems lucrative to the eyes of the North Londoners.
Newcastle United, however, could pose a monumental challenge ahead of the Gunners, as the club, back by the Saudi Arabian-backed consortium, could be seen flexing the financial muscle at the highest degree in the summer.
The possibility of Dybala moving to Milan in the summer cannot be overlooked in the current scenario.