Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta has admitted the club are interested in Palermo’s Paulo Dybala.
There has been widespread speculation over where Dybala’s future will take him with Manchester United, Manchester City, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea all said to be vying for his services.
The Argentine striker has enjoyed a fine season in Serie A having scored 12 goals while providing seven assists in 27 league games.
Marotta has now signalled his intent when it comes to signing Dybala but remained coy by saying he is one of a number of targets for Juventus.
Speaking about Dybala, Marotta said: “Dybala is a very interesting youngster, who not only has attracted our attention but [that] of other teams too.
“We are looking to see what is out there in order to form a strong attacking line.”
What has Maurizio Zamparini got to say about this? The Palermo president has been extremely vocal when it comes to selling Dybala and he will undoubtedly have an opinion on Marotta’s comments. He even labelled Dybala as ‘the future Messi’ and backed his talents as a player.
Dybala seems to have a lot of fuss surrounding him despite only just starting his career. He must be a talent given so many clubs are interested him. However, it appears unlikely that the 21-year-old will move to Old Trafford having previously said he “dreams” of playing for City or Barcelona.