Arsenal are among several clubs in the picture to sign Juventus star Paulo Dybala.

The 28-year-old’s current deal runs down at the end of the season. Last month, the Old Lady confirmed the forward’s contract will not be extended and will be allowed to leave the club as a free agent.

Friday’s edition of Corriere dello Sport explains many clubs are ‘thinking’ of the player and Arsenal are included in this list.

The Gunners are among the English sides to have ‘probed’ the former Palermo star. In the event the Argentina international decides to continue in Serie A, a move to Inter Milan seems to be the likely hypothesis.

Over at Tutto Juve, they explain Arsenal are one of the clubs to have taken a step to sign the South American.

It’s claimed the player has ‘three offers on the table’ and they are from Inter, Mikel Arteta’s side and Atlético Madrid. Regarding the north London club, it’s said they are ‘willing to make an important proposal’ to Dybala.

The attacker has 13 goals and six assists from 31 matches in all competitions this season for Juventus.