Inter Milan vice-president Javier Zanetti has confirmed his side have joined the hunt to sign Manchester United target Paulo Dybala.
Palermo striker Dybala has lit up Serie A this season, leading to interest from Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini was spotted in the stands at the Stadio Ennio Tardini last week when Palermo lost 1-0 against Parma and the manager was understood to be there to watch Dybala.
Zanetti admitted Inter are keen on the 21-year-old but that Financial Fair Play regulations could hinder a potential swoop for him.
“Dybala has a great future”, Zanetti said.
“Even though we have to respect financial fair play, we are trying to sign him.”
Dybala is considered to be one of the brightest young talents in world football and it is no surprise to see so many clubs vying for his signature.
Whether or not Dybala can live up to the hype is another question. Man United have been let down before by young players such as Wilfried Zaha and Nick Powell so fans will be hoping the club have done their homework if Louis van Gaal does go for him.