A few outlets in the Italian media have today been claiming that Paulo Dybala’s agent is currently in London to sort the striker’s future.

One of the reports comes from Calciomercato, who, when naming potential destinations for the 28-year-old, give Arsenal a mention.

The outlet writes that the agent’s trip to the English capital would be ‘the examination of some draft offers’ from clubs based in the city and the conversation with local intermediaries who’d work on the transfer.

That’s where they say that Arsenal ‘have always been interested’ in Dybala, with the Gunners being the only club who are actually named in the story.

Curiously, the same outlet, Calciomercato then showed up with another short story about Dybala, further commenting on the Gunners’ interest.

This time, however, they write that the striker want to play in the Champions League.

Besides speaking of the chase from Inter, they add that while Arsenal are another contender, there’s one condition attached to it: Mikel Arteta’s side would need to qualify for the European competition.