Former Palermo director Giorgio Perinetti has praised the club's South American forward duo – Abel Hernandez and Paulo Dybala.
The 61-year-old, who brought the latter to the club, has been impressed with the Argentine's start to the season, and has admitted that there is still more to come from the currently injured Uruguayan.
“Dybala reminds me of a young Vincenzo Montella,” he told Radio Toscana. “He is very good a beating players, and then finishes with calmness. The only thing he needs to do now is mature physically.
“Hernandez meanwhile has struggled for a long time with physical problems.
“I have no doubt that when he returns he'll show his full potential.”
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