The striker is in high demand
Palermo president Mauro Zamparini has told Arsenal they need to seal a £30 million deal for Paulo Dybala this week.
Zamparini has made it clear to the Gunners that they must act swiftly to sign the striker or face losing him to other competition.
The 21-year old is being monitored by Paris Saint-Germain, Roma and Manchester City.
However, it looks as if Arsene Wenger will battle it out with Serie A Champions Juventus for his signature.
Zamparini said: “Right now it is in pole position Juve, who wants to close the deal in a week. But I expect, because of course I want the best possible deals, that Dybala is auctioned.”
He also added: “The Bianconeri have offered me €35 million (£25million), but I want €40million (£29million) or more. I’m also dealing with Arsenal.”
Dybala is eligible to play for Poland, Italy or Argentina at international level but is yet to committ to any country.
By Kieran Makin (@kieranmaksports)