Palermo striker Paulo Dybala has insisted that he will make what he feels is the 'best choice' for his development when deciding his future over the Summer.
The Argentine has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League at the end of the season after an impressive campaign in Serie A.
The 21-year-old has netted 13 goals in 30 appearances so far this season and his performances have caught the eye of several suitors from England, and also in Italy.
Interest in Dybala
According to reports, both Juventus and Inter Milan are keen to sign the striker from their Serie A rivals, but four clubs from the Premier League are also interested.
Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are all keen on signing the striker and could all make enquiries over the summer regarding his future.
Reports in Italy claim that Dybala is happy in Italy and would ideally like to stay in the Italian league, but with heavy interest coming from English giants, a move abroad could tempt the Argentinian.
When talking about his own future, the striker was adamant that any potential move will not be about the money, but it will be solely based on his chances of developing and progressing as a footballer.
Dybala is concerned that a big summer move could be too early for him and could stall his career and he has insisted that any decision he makes at the end of the current season will be what he feels is the 'best choice'.
As quoted by The Express, Dybala said: "When I arrived in Italy, everyone wondered if I was really worth €12million. They said that I cost a lot of money, too much for me. I have silenced all critics with my performances on the field.
"Now I have a long career ahead of me with lots of goals to achieve. If I want to try and accomplish them, I have to make the choice best for my future."
The four English sides are all desperate to sign new strikers over the summer and Dybala is one catching the eye of all.
As well as the Premier League quartet, Juventus and Inter Milan are also in the market for new strikers as it's believed Carlos Tevez will be leaving the champions for his homeland and Mauro Icardi could be departing the San Siro.
Palermo would be reluctant to sell to a league rival, but with Dybala favouring a move to another Serie A side, the club could have no choice.