The Palermo president warned potential suitors that they must fork out at least €40 million for the highly coveted attacker, but says he wants to stay in Italy
Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini claims Juventus and Arsenal have lodged bids for Paulo Dybala and stated that the highly rated forward is keen to remain in Serie A.
The president already said that the Argentinian is expected to leave Palermo at the end of the season and a host of clubs are reportedly interested in signing him.
Zamparini said on Tuesday that Italian champions Juve have made an offer for his prized asset, with Arsenal the most likely Premier League club to land the 21-year-old.
He told Radio Marte: “Juventus and Arsenal have already made offers for the boy.
“Pierpaolo Triulzi, his agent, will be in Italy on Friday. I’m asking for more than €40 million.
“He would prefer to stay in Italy, he still wants to play in Serie A. Of the English teams, Arsenal is the first choice, because of the way Arsene Wenger’s team plays.”