PALERMO NEWS

Arsenal could be set to meet Palermo’s asking price for Paulo Dybala if reports in Britain are to be believed.
Palermo striker Franco Vazquez confirms he’s interested in playing for Italy, but “it’s a difficult decision.”
Beppe Iachini is confident “Paulo Dybala can become a champion” after scoring in Palermo’s 2-1 win over Parma.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni accused Palermo forward Paulo Dybala of “unsporting behaviour.”
Fiorentina thrashed Cagliari 4-0 and Genoa climbed into third, but Palermo sank Parma and Atalanta stalled Empoli.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini calls starlet Paulo Dybala “part Messi, part Montella, all world class.”
Paulo Dybala has become hot property thanks to his Palermo form, but insists he is “not worth €42m.”
Italy Coach Antonio Conte was pleased with Zdenek Zeman’s “hard-working culture” after visiting Cagliari.
Paulo Dybala says that Argentina remains his ‘dream’, but that a call from Italy Coach Antonio Conte could sway him.
Antonio Conte praised Palermo and revealed he is monitoring both Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez for Italy.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte confirmed Palermo’s Argentinean forward Paulo Dybala “interests us a great deal.”
Reports continue to suggest that Antonio Conte is going to ask Palermo’s Argentine striker Paulo Dybala to consider representing Italy.
The Lega Serie A have attributed Genoa’s equalising goal against Palermo to Luca Antonelli, instead of Andrea Bertolacci.
Beppe Iachini believes Mattia Perin prevented his Palermo from beating Genoa, and praised Paulo Dybala.
Gian Piero Gasperini lamented Genoa’s draw with Palermo, insisting the Grifone were denied a clear penalty.
Paulo Dybala's wondergoal was cancelled out by Andrea Bertolacci as Palermo and Genoa fought out a draw at Marassi.
Genoa midfielder Iago Falque says the possibility of leapfrogging Sampdoria is not a motivation for his side in tonight’s match with Palermo.
Genoa look to go fourth with Alessandro Matri leading the line as they take on Palermo at Marassi.
Alessandro Matri discusses Genoa’s European ambitions, and asserts that five goals ‘isn’t enough’ to consider a return to Milan.
Gian Piero Gasperini said Mattia Perin will be fined for being caught drink-driving, but not dropped by Genoa.