Palermo star Paulo Dybala has received "two or three Italian offers, one in particular from England.”
Palermo confirmed the striker will be leaving this summer after he repeatedly rejected a contract extension.
He has been linked with the likes of Juventus, Arsenal, Roma, Manchester United and Inter.
“It would be fundamental for him to remain in Italy and continue his growth process in Serie A,” agent close to the situation Gustavo Mascardi told Gazzetta TV.
“We have received important offers for Dybala, including from abroad where he is in particular wanted by an English club. There are two or three Italian proposals too.
“Is he worth €40m? Well, a player like him certainly can’t be just given away.”
Today Inter entered the fray with Coach Roberto Mancini praising Dybala.
“It’s only normal that he would speak highly of a player like this, but it’s not easy being up to the valuation Maurizio Zamparini has placed on him.”
Could Napoli also be included in the race to sign Dybala?
“I think Aurelio De Laurentiis is one of the best Presidents in Italy. I’d love to do business with him, but he’d have to make a real effort.”