Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez wanted by Europe's top teams: Maurizio Zamparini
The president of Italian club Palermo, Maurizio Zamparini claims that teams like Arsenal, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, and Chelsea are interested in the sensational duo Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez. Both the players are likely to leave Serie A by the end of this campaign, with Zamparini admitting that there is not much Palermo can do to keep them.
Even though he knows he might lose both his star players by the end of the season, Zamparini will be hoping to talk solace in the fact that the players will bring in a huge amount of money to the club. He hopes to sell Dybala for around €40million, and Vazquez for about €20million.
The president gave a list of Europe’s wealthiest football clubs as the most likely suitors, but he rules of the prospect of either of his players joining AC Milan.
"Dybala and Vazquez will probably be sold this summer," he told Pianeta Milan.
"Will they go to Milan? No, they certainly won't be joining the Rossoneri. They are being tracked by Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona, Manchester City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain." he said.
The Club President claimed that Manchester United had shown great interest in the 21-year-old Argentine and recently compared him with Manchester City’s striker, Sergio Aguero.
Dybala joined Palermo in 2012 from Instituto de Cordoba and has scored 12 league goals this season and Vasquez, who has been called up for Italy, has recently signed a new contract in January.