Just a few days after the Arsenal press conference when Arsene Wenger was asked about and denied his attempts to complete the summer transfer of Paulo Dybala from the Serie A club Palermo, there is a new development in the long running saga.

Metro are reporting that the deal could be on after all, with the Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov apparently taking it on himself to thrash out the details of a possible move with Palermo´s eccentric and outspoken chairman.

Arsenal fans have long been calling for the Arsenal board to allow the billionaire Russian to have more say in the running of the club or at least a place on the board as he is the second biggest shareholder after Stan Kroenke and seems willing and actually keen to put some of his own money in to strengthen the squad.

But will his influence have any effect and help Arsenal to get this very promising and highly thought of young striker?

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