Palermo striker Paulo Dybala claims he is not thinking about a transfer away from the club but accepts he could be playing his last matches for his current side.
Dybala has gradually risen to fame during the season with a number of eye-catching displays in Serie A, scoring 13 goals in 29 games in the process.
This has seen the young Argentinian’s stock continually rising and at just 21 it’s now just a matter of who he joins, not about whether or not he’s going to leave.
Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini himself has confirmed on several occasions that Dybala will leave in the summer and Manchester United have been extensively linked with a move.
However, the player is refusing to discuss rumours which have also seen him linked with Arsenal as well as Juventus with the player potentially preferring to stay in Italy for now.
“I try not to think too much about the transfer market,” he said.
“I am completely focused on the last 10 games, because they could be my last here.”
A swoop from Louis van Gaal makes sense after claims he wants a ’20-goal-a-season’ striker at the club and seemingly no chance of Radamel Falcao staying beyond his current loan deal.
United made an enquiry for Dybala in January according to Zamparini but it is Arsenal who appear to have taken a step to bringing the striker to England this summer.