The Palermo star is being chased by several top clubs, according to president Maurizio Zamparini, but the Scudetto holders are leading the chase
Juventus are in “pole position” in the auction to buy Paulo Dybala, according to Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini.
The 21-year-old has scored 13 goals in Serie A this season and his performances have seen him linked with top clubs across Europe.
Zamparini revealed the Scudetto holders are leading the race for the Argentine attacker’s signature but that he does not want to sell for any less than €40 million this summer.
“Right now, Juve are in pole position,” Zamparini told France Football. “They want to close the deal in a week. But, of course, I want the best possible deal. Dybala is being auctioned.
“The Bianconeri have offered me €35m, but I want €40m or more. I’m also dealing with Arsenal.
“Paris Saint-Germain have requested information from Dybala’s agent, they know the player is on the market.
“PSG are interested just as they are at Arsenal, Manchester City, Juventus, Inter, Roma and Napoli.”