Boca Juniors president Angelici: No Arsenal Pavon offer - for now

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It looks like we're now ready to formalise our interest as Football London are citing a report from TyC Sports that claims Arsenal are set to meet his £27m release clause in the coming hours.

Pavon scored nine goals in 30 league appearances for Boca last term and has three in 12 games this term.

Boca Juniors are prepared to stand in the way of Arsenal's attempts to sign winger Cristian Pavon but admit they are yet to receive any approach for the Argentina global. Today, Arsenal are linked with Cristian Pavon...

It means that Arsenal would have to not only pay the release clause for the player but also convince him that he would get enough first-team football to still have a chance of making Sampaoli's squad.

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The arrival of Tevez has encouraged talk that Boca could cash in on Pavon during the transfer window.

Arsenal have submitted an enquiry for the Boca Juniors winger as the Gunners aim to prepare themselves for life after Alexis Sanchez, who is most likely to exit the club, with Manchester City being his preferred destination.

Stylistically, though, the Arsenal transfer target has all the tools to fill any Sanchez-shaped hole in the Gunners' starting line-up.

However, when asked about the rumours, Boca president Daniel Angelici stated: 'For the moment, we have not received any proposal, formally or informally.

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Arsene Wenger has always been a manager who keeps his eyes on the most talented young players across the globe.

Angelici insists Pavon has the "last word" on whether he leaves the club.

While the finances at virtually every club in Argentina are rocky, Boca believe they can afford to turn down offers for Pavón as the players value will only go up with an impressive Libertadores campaign and, possibly, a good showing at the World Cup. I am not going to cut off his career, but we made him a nice contract so that he would be comfortable.

Pavon's explosive style earmarks him as the flawless replacement for Alexis Sanchez.

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