Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has revealed contact with Arsenal over the sale of Paulo Dybala.
Zamparini admits he’s asked coach Beppe Iachini not to consider Dybala for selection for the remainder of the season.
However, he has also admitted that a number of clubs have been in contact about a possible deal.
As quoted on the TMW website, he said: “I asked Iachini not to play Dybala in these last games because it is possible that in the next 8-10 days we’ll sell the player and I would like to avoid injuries in this very delicate phase.
“For him, there is the strong interest of three Italian clubs and two foreign clubs.
“In Italy there are Juventus, Inter and AC Milan, with the Rossoneri of Berlusconi that could try as they plan the revitalization of the club.
“Also, Paris Saint Germain and Arsenal in Europe, with Manchester City who would like to try for him, but first must sell for financial fair play.”