Arsenal might lose in their pursuit of Julian Draxler since he is set to join Paris Saint-Germain. The Daily Mail reported that the midfielder, who has been a target for the Gunners for quite a while has already agreed to a four-year contract with the French team with the only stumbling block at the moment being the fee. Draxler might leave the club in January, but this will happen only if organisations match the price which is expected to be approximately £34 million ($42 million). The 23-year-old Draxler is unliked by the Wolfsburg fans since he came out in the summer and stated that he wants to leave the club. The Gunners have been frontrunners for his signature. Not to mention that Mesut Ozil has been urging Arsene Wenger to sign him. However, PSG is said to have stolen the midfielder from their grasp. Draxler told Daily Mail that he does not think that he needs to tell anybody what being booed does to a person, as it certainly does not help. There is no doubt that it distracts while you play, and your overall performance. However, he added that he understands the fans and they have the right to do that. The midfielder has not been at his best during the campaign with only two assists and no goals in all competitions. However, the German is still highly rated in Europe and will definitely provide an attacking Avenue to the club he decides to join.