Paulo Dybala could be the next big thing in world football in few years’ time from now and already big clubs are vying for his signature.
Dybala is only 21 but is seen as one of the hottest prospects in Europe. The Palermo striker has netted 12 goals this season already with president Maurizio Zamparini believes the lad has the talent to reach the standards set by Lionel Messi.
“For me, Dybala is the Messi of the future,” Zamparini told Radio Anch’io recently. “I value him at €40m (£28.5m), but we will have to wait and see what happens at the end of the season.
“There has been a lot of talk about Dybala, but his agent is just doing his work. I have a good relationship with him.
“The transfer fee we will receive for Dybala will be reinvested. We have an ongoing project. Even if Dybala were to leave, other important players will arrive.”
Serie A champions Juventus are also interested in him but whether the Turin giants can pay such transfer fee for the Argentine remains to be seen.