The president of Serie A side Palermo Maurizio Zamparini has revealed that the Sicilian club has received two bids of £21 million for Argentinian international striker Paulo Dybala.
The 21-year-old is being compared to Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero and has Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea all interested in signing him.
Palermo however is looking to sell their prized asset for at least £28 million with Juventus being suggested as one of the two clubs that has already tabled a bid.
Zamparini told Radio Rai: “Serious proposals are in for Dybala, two of 30 million euros (£21m) from two clubs, but I want 40 million euros (£28m).
“Juventus? It could become real. I have contacts there. I know they are interested, but they must hurry. After Easter I’ll see the player’s agent. Should he remain in Italy or should he go abroad? I’m 50-50.”