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Friday May 8 2015
Juve raise Dybala offer, but…

The Gazzetta dello Sport anticipate a bidding war between Juventus, Milan and Inter for Palermo forward Paulo Dybala.

The young Argentine is increasingly expected to leave the Rosanero in the summer, following an effective season in front of goal for the mid-table team.

Juve, who are seen to be leading the way, are understood to have used apparent talks between Beppe Marotta and Maurizio Zamparini yesterday as an opportunity to increase their offer to €30m.

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Thursday May 7 2015
Zamp: ‘Iachini, don’t play Dybala’

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini reveals he has told Coach Beppe Iachini not to select Paulo Dybala, in case he gets injured.

The Argentinian striker has been linked with a host of teams, and the Rosanero patron admits he doesn’t want to risk injury to his star man with Juventus, Milan and Inter interested.

“I’ve asked Iachini not to play Dybala in these last few games,” Zamparini revealed in an interview with La Repubblica.

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Wednesday May 6 2015
‘Dybala decision in 15 days’

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Paulo Dybala’s future will be decided in ‘a maximum of fifteen days’.

The striker will leave the Rosanero this summer, and has been heavily linked with Juventus and Inter, as well as the likes of Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain.

“At least three teams are really interested in him,” Zamparini told Giornale di Sicilia.

“The apple is ripe and we’re ready to pick it. I think in 10, or a maximum of 15 days we’ll know his future.

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Wednesday April 29 2015
Zamparini: I’d give Dybala to Napoli

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has said he would like to sell sought-after striker Paulo Dybala to Napoli, but the Partenopei don’t need him.

The Rosanero chief is at a standoff with Juventus counterpart Andrea Agnelli over the Argentine’s value and criticised the Old Lady’s reluctance to meet a €40 million asking price.

“I’d like to give Dybala to Napoli as [Aurelio] De Laurentiis is nice to me but maybe he doesn’t need the player,” Zamparini told Tuttosport.

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Tuesday April 28 2015
‘Inter and Juve want Dybala most’

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has again spoken about Paulo Dybala, stating Juventus and Inter are the most interested.

The Argentinian forward has been linked with both clubs, as well as Napoli and a host of foreign teams including Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain.

“Inter and Juve are the teams who want the player the most,” Zamparini claimed in an interview with Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli.

“Napoli moved for him a while ago, but with their current strikers it’s not a priority. Juventus and Inter are the most in need.”

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Tuesday April 28 2015
Dybala: ‘No deal with Juventus’

Palermo forward Paulo Dybala denies any agreement with Juventus, and says Inter interest makes him proud.

The Argentinian youngster has been strongly linked with the Bianconeri, and it was rumoured that the two parties had agreed a contract in priniciple.

“There is no agreement with Juventus,” Dybala told La Repubblica.

“The only agreement I have is with Palermo, and that’s the only one I care about, I want to respect it until the end.

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Monday April 27 2015
Zamparini: ‘Juventus tight-fisted’

Maurizio Zamparini admits Juventus are ‘determined’ for Paulo Dybala, but says the Turin club is ‘tight-fisted’ and he’d rather sell to Napoli.

The Palermo striker is a target for many clubs around Europe, and the club’s patron has given an update on the situation, comparing the forward to Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi.

“Is Dybala worth €50m?” Zamparini considered, speaking to Radio 24.

“At 21-years-old, how much would Messi be? He was like Dybala, and Dybala is the new Messi.

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Sunday April 26 2015
'Dybala is in PSG talks'

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirmed Paulo Dybala is in talks with PSG, but asked for €50m.

The Argentine is on the market and has been linked with the likes of Juventus, Napoli, Roma, Inter, Milan and Arsenal.

“Dybala is the new Leo Messi,” Zamparini told Telefoot in France.

“Today if you wanted to buy Messi, how much would he cost? €200m? €300m? Even then he wouldn’t be available.

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Friday April 24 2015
Zamp: ‘I’ll sell Dybala to Napoli’

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says he ‘hopes’ to sell ‘new Messi’ Paulo Dybala to Napoli.

The Argentinian striker has been the subject of interest from a number of clubs, with Juventus believed to be in pole position for his signature, but the Rosanero patron says the Partenopei are in the hunt too.

“Napoli in for Dybala? It’s true,” Zamparini told Radio Crc.

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Wednesday April 22 2015
Dybala: ‘I’d like Juventus’

Palermo striker Paulo Dybala admits he’d like to join Juventus, but doesn’t rule out a move abroad.

The Argentinian striker will leave the Rosanero in the summer, and the Old Lady are believed to be one of the front-runners for his signature.

“Playing in Europe’s top competition [the Champions League] is everyone’s dream,” Dybala told Gazzetta dello Sport.

“That said, there are also big teams who are not playing in it. But I’d like it, I can’t deny that.

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