Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Juventus are the only Italian club who could afford Paulo Dybala - and only if they sell Paul Pogba first.
The Rosanero patron has previously stated that he would prefer to sell Dybala to the Bianconeri, and amidst rumours of Napoli interest says only the former can afford the starlet.
“I like him [Dybala] a lot, but I was expecting a different attitude,” Zamparini explained to Radio Kiss Kiss.
“I don’t speak to him about a new contract anymore.
“This lad is out of reach for all Italian clubs, except for Juventus who could make money by selling Paul Pogba.
“I’d be happy to sell him to [Napoli President Aurelio] De Laurentiis, but Napoli no longer have a [Edinson] Cavani or [Ezequiel] Lavezzi to sell.
“I think it would be hard for the Azzurro club.”
The Partenopei have also looked to quell rumours of their interest, releasing a statement denying the claims.
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