Palermo vice-president Guglielmo Micciche has confirmed that the club have received offers for in-form striker Paulo Dybala.
The 21-year-old has been superb for the Serie A side this campaign and has caught the eye of several suitors from around Europe, including three Premier League sides.
Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been linked with making summer moves for the Argentine international, who has been likened to his compatriot, Sergio Aguero, and also Italian legend Vinceno Montella.
The striker has made 74 league appearances for Palermo since arriving back in 2012 and has scored 19 goals for the club.
Despite attracting interest from across Europe, Dybala recently committed his future to Palermo by signing a new long-term deal, however, Micciche has stated that the club face losing him at the end of the season.
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The vice-president admitted that English scouts have been at the club to watch Dybala, but he has insisted that he doesn't know where the striker will end up.
He said: "We have received many offers from many European clubs. For example, yesterday in Milan there were many English scouts. He will leave, but I don't know where."
These quotes come a month after the club's president confirmed the news that Dybala would sign a new deal in Italy.
Mauro Zamparini said: "This week Dybala will sign a new three-year contract with us. If he does well in the next six months then surely the next summer a big club will buy him.
"He can play, in order, in England, France, Germany and Spain. I say Spain last because the top teams Real Madrid and Barcelona are covered with good strikers. This renewal is also for his own good. He is destined to go to a great club. It's useless to talk about a price. With Zamparini, it is always expensive.
"I think Dybala is one of the best talents in the world. He is a team player, but he still has to grow for another four or five years."
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