Arsenal are widely known to be tracking Paulo Dybala for some time now and Palermo president has now claimed that the Argentine forward could be on his way to Premier League next campaign.

The 21-year-old striker has had a meteoric rise this season, having found the back of the net on twelve occasions for the Italian outfit and his newly-found prominence has, thus, attracted interests from in and around Europe.

Arsene Wenger is often touted to rely on youngsters to pull off miraculous results and the French manager still lives up to the claim as the likes of Hector Bellerin are seen stealing the limelight this season.

Speaking to Arsenal Player, he asserted that the players of the modern age must learn to cope with the mounting pressure should they aim at succeeding. Despite his phenomenal reputation of bringing the best out of young players, he claimed that it is always the player, who deserves the credits rather than the manager.

News coming from French Media outlet L’Equipe says Bellerin has agreed a new four year extension to his current agreement. This would mean that Bellerin would be tied down until 2019.

This is potentially great news for Gunners fans everywhere. Bellerin who started the season as a 3rd choice right back has risen to the very top of the pecking order currently. This comes after an unfortunate season for Debuchy who has suffered two serious injuries.

Arsenal have registered seven straight home wins since losing to Manchester United, but former Arsenal player Alexandre Song claimed that West Ham United would put an end to the winning streak emulating Monaco in the process.

Speaking ahead of London derby this weekend, the Cameroonian admitted the difficulty in hauling points from Emirates Stadium, but stated that Monaco had taught them how to break the Arsenal deadlock.

Arsenal are slowly turning their fortunes and are emerging as the only English team that have a chance against Chelsea and Manchester City and accordingly, Arsene Wenger now seems determined to add more flair to his squad.

The Arsenal manager will possibly be given a warchest of about £50 million and with the potential departures of Lukas Podolski and the likes; the FA Cup holders may not find any difficulty in offering lucrative wages to their new signings.