Paulo Dybala will be staying at Palermo according to the club’s president.
Arsenal, as well as their bitter Premier League rivals Manchester United, are set to miss out on the January signing of exciting young Palermo forward Paulo Dybala, report the Mirror, with the Argentine prospect set to pen a new three year deal with the Sicilian club – according to charismatic president Maurizio Zamperini.
Dybala has been one of the stand-out performers of the Italian season to date, catching the eye with both his goalscoring and his creativity; playing in a number 10 role for a Palermo side who have defied expectations since winning the Serie B title last season.
Unsurprisingly, Dybala’s fine form in Serie A has attracted suitors from across Europe, with both the Gunners and United strongly linked with the former Instituto star, but Zamperini believes that a new contract is in the player’s best interests, with the 21-year-old still having plenty of time to secure his move:
“He will renew his deal and sign a three-year deal, and if he continues to play that well in the next six months then a big club from abroad will sign him. Where will he go? Abroad. In order I would say England, France, Germany and Spain, because the two big clubs in Spain already have a lot of forwards,” the president said.