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Paulo Dybala’s future nearly decided

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Palermo striker is set to leave club with quartet interested

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has confirmed that the future of Paulo Dybala will be confirmed and decided within the next 10-15 days.

The Argentinian striker has had a superb season in Serie A and has caught the eye of four teams around Europe, with three of them coming from the Premier League.

Interest in Dybala

Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea have all shown interest in Dybala since January, but face serious competition from Serie A champions Juventus, who are on the look out for potential Carlos Tevez replacements.

The English trio were put off a potential deal for Dybala when the striker confirmed that his desire is to remain in Italy, but it’s believed they are back interested in the striker and could make formal moves at the end of the season.

Premier League Changes

Arsenal need more depth up front, whilst United are preparing to lose Radamel Falcao and Robin Van Persie over the Summer.

As for Chelsea, despite winning the Premier League, Jose Mourinho still wants to add more quality to his team and a new striker is on the wishlist to help out Diego Costa.

Whilst giving an interview, the Palermo club president confirmed that the club will decide Dybala’s future within the next fortnight.

10-15 Days

‘At least three teams are really interested in him,’ said Zamparini.

‘The apple is ripe and we’re ready to pick it. I think in 10, or a maximum of 15 days we’ll know his future.

‘We’ll meet the lad and his agent to complete the deal, those who understand football realise his potential.’

Dybala Value

 

According to reports, the Italian side value the striker at around £29million, and it’s stated that all four clubs interested are prepared to meet that price-tag due to his age and potential.

Written by Alex Batt – @AlexBatt – @AlexsArticles

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