Arsenal and Manchester United target on the move
Arsenal and Manchester United will step up their pursuit of Paulo Dybala after it was revealed he will leave the club by the end of the month.
Paulo Dybala, who has netted 13 Serie A goals, is practically certain to be leaving Palermo this season.
The Italian side have reportedly been made offers by Arsenal and Manchester United, though Italian newspaper Tuttosport reports Juventus and Roma have are also linked.
And Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini today confirmed the club have reluctantly allowed the player, valued at £29m, to leave the club with such high interest from European clubs.
Interested Clubs Revealed
“Dybala will be sold by the end of April,” Zamparini said.
“Along with Juventus, Roma are the team most interested in my player from our League.
“Dybala would help them for sure, and Roma don’t have money problems.
“But then there are foreign teams. Pierpaolo Triulzi (Dybala’s agent), with my blessing, is going between Paris and London getting the offers, and then we’ll evaluate them together.
“Also, we’ll meet with (Juventus general manager) Giuseppe Marotta again. I wonder if he wants to raise his offer.”
By Phil Wellbrook