SPORTS: Manchester United target Dybala will leave Palermo this summer – Zamparini

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The Sicilian club's president announces that he is ready to cash in on

the 21-year-old Argentine, who has attracted the interest of big teams

both at home and abroad

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has confirmed that Paulo Dybala will

leave the club this summer, revealing that Juventus and Napoli are among

those chasing the striker. Dybala has been one of the revelations

of the Serie A season, netting 12 goals in 27 appearances, which has prompted

talk of a lucrative summer move away from Sicily.Manchester United are

also monitoring

the 21-year-old player, who has himself admitted he would like to join

Barcelona, and Zamparini has confirmed that he will cash in on the

forward at the end of the current campaign.

"It's clear that Paulo will leave," he told Live Sicilia. "Indeed,

we're looking for

another striker. "At home we only have [Andrea] Belotti

so, besides him, we will have another forward [for next season]."

Zamparini admitted, though, that he is unsure if Dybala will remain in Italy or

move abroad, though he has previously expressed a preference to keep the

youngster in Serie A .

"It's 50-50," he told GR Parlamento. "After Easter, I will see Dybala's agent,

who is working well for the boy'sfuture.

"I'm in contact with [Juve sporting director Giuseppe] Marotta. I know

that he's interested but he must hurry himself. I have other teams on

[Dybala]." Indeed, Zamparini announced that Napoli president Aurelio

De Laurentiis is also keen on the forward but the Palermo supremo was

quick to add that he will not allow his prized asset to move on for

anything like the €17 million (£12.4m) that took Edinson Cavani to the

Stadio San Paolo in 2010. "De Laurentiis would like him but I told him

I won't have another Cavani situation," he declared. "This time,

onemust break the bank."