Dybala: ‘Enjoy last Palermo games’

by | Apr 3, 2015 17:34

Paulo Dybala will try to “enjoy these last few games at Palermo” ahead of a move to either Juventus or Arsenal.

This week President Maurizio Zamparini confirmed Dybala will be sold after rejecting all offers to renew his current contract.

The price-tag is in the region of €40m for the 21-year-old and Zamparini also stated Arsenal and Juve were leading the race.

Paulo Dybala will try to “enjoy these last few games at Palermo” ahead of a move to either Juventus or Arsenal.

This week President Maurizio Zamparini confirmed Dybala will be sold after rejecting all offers to renew his current contract.

The price-tag is in the region of €40m for the 21-year-old and Zamparini also stated Arsenal and Juve were leading the race.

“I am trying not to think about the future, but to keep my head on Palermo and enjoy these games which could well be my last here,” he told Argentine paper Dia a Dia ahead of tomorrow's match against Milan.

Dybala’s form in Serie A this season has not only caught the eye of top European clubs, but also in his home country.

“I had kidded myself that I’d be called up, especially when people close to the Seleccion said things that in the end didn’t prove to be true.

“I won’t give up and respect the choices of the Coach. I know that I’m still only young, have a lot to improve and will continue working day by day the way I am now.”

His Palermo teammate Franco Vazquez was also born and raised in Argentina, but has an Italian mother and made his Azzurri debut in the 1-1 draw with England.

“I was immensely happy for Franco, because I know he’s a great person and a great football player. Above all, he’s a great friend and I was very happy to see him step on to the pitch wearing the Italy jersey.”

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