This summer’s transfer window is right around the corner and one player who knows he has a bid decision to make is reported Arsenal target Paulo Dybala.
The Palermo striker has been speaking to Sky Italia – as reported by Football Italia - saying he has to “make the right choice” come the end of the season.
“I’d love to have an experience in another country,” said Dybala. “But I’d also like to stay in Italy. For now I’m only thinking about Palermo and getting as many points as possible.”
“I have a lot of goals I want to achieve in the future. I have my whole career ahead of me and I have to make the right choice.”
It has been a breakout season for the 21-year-old Argentine forward, having scored 13 goals and setting up his team-mates for another 10 in just 30 games.
It is one of the worst kept secrets in football that Dybala will leave the newly promoted side in the summer, with the likes of Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus interested (as reported by The London Evening Standard), the real winner is going to be the Sicilian club.
Palermo’s only goal this season was to try and stay in Serie A, and with the help of Dybala and team-mate Franco Vazquez, they have done more than survive. With seven games to go they are comfortably in 11th place, only one point behind Inter.
It should be a busy summer at the Stadio Renzo Barbera, with a couple of big money moves out, it could mean a lot of talent coming into the club.