Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has stressed interested clubs will have to pay £36m in order to sign Paulo Dybala this summer.
The 21-year-old has scored 13 goals and notched 10 assists in Serie A this season, and has openly admitted this campaign could be his last with Palermo.
Zamparini has already revealed that both Juventus and Arsenal are keen on the forward while Dybala’s agent, Gustavo Mascardi, has claimed that Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have lodged bids.
“There are six or seven teams that are interested in signing him,” Zamparini said.
“At the moment, his valuation is $36 million.”
Arsene Wenger has denied Arsenal have made an offer for Dybala, though the 21-year-old is reportedly most keen on moving to the Emirates Stadium over other interested Premier League sides.