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Palermo president hints at move for Dybala and Vazquez

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Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has claimed that Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea are among several clubs keeping tabs on Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez.

Dybala, 21, has been one of the breakout stars in Italian football this season with 12 goals in 28 games and the Argentine has been regularly linked with a move away from Palermo this summer.

Chelsea, Arsenal, City, Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain are the main clubs often mentioned in transfer links with the forward, but it turns out his Palermo teammate Vazquez is also in-demand.

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The 26-year-old has been fantastic for his Sicilian employers this season, even earning a call up to Antonio Conte’s Italy squad.

Speaking to Pianeta Milan in Italy, as reported in the UK by the Manchester Evening News, Zamparini admitted that the duo will probably leave his club before the start of next season.

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“Dybala and Vazquez will probably be sold this summer,” he said. “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 PSG.”

Dybala has been valued at €40m by his club president while it’s thought that Vazquez could be signed for a fee in the region of €20m.

Dybala in action

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