The Argentinian only took two minutes to get his name on the scoresheet in yesterday’s 1-1 draw in Sicily.
Arsenal were mentioned as a potential suitor of the Argentine attacker by The Independent on Wednesday, while The Daily Mail claimed this week that Manchester United wanted the starlet to replace Radamel Falcao at Old Trafford.
The former Instituto man was in action yesterday against Roma in Serie A, with it taking the South American only two minutes before scoring the opening goal in a 1-1 draw, as can be seen below.
Palermo took advantage of a loose pass by Roma defender Davide Astori, with Franco Vazquez providing the through ball for the Argentine to score.
The goal was Dybala’s tenth Serie A goal in 18 starts, with the 21-year-old also providing six assists for the Stadio Renzo Barbera side this term.
With Dybala continuing to thrive at the Sicilian club and his stock rising in Italy, it looks like the transfer rumours linking him with English sides are set to continue.