Arsenal continue to aim for striker signings when the priority is clearly far from the top end of the pitch.
At least there’s not extreme amounts of money being added to the attack? Well that’s not the case for Arsenal’s new target.
The Gunners have reportedly made a bid of £31.6m for Palermo striker Paulo Dybala. The 21-year-old is one of the most sought after youngsters in world football, and Dortmund seem to be Arsenal’s biggest rivals for his signature.
It’s certainly a bid that will be close to the Serie A club’s asking price, but should Arsenal be spending this much money on a striker when a defensive midfielder of immense quality could be signed for the same price?