Palermo attacker Paulo Dybala has admitted that while he is happy in Italy, he is keen to play in the Champions League, opening the door to a potential switch to Chelsea or Paris Saint-Germain.
The Argentine hitman has been one of the stars of the current Serie A campaign, and is set to become one of the key protagonists of the summer transfer window.
He has bagged 13 goals and 10 assists in 33 starts for Palermo this term, prompting significant interest in his services.
Club president Maurizio Zamparini is looking to pickup at least €40 million for the 21-year-old, who may well be heading for a move abroad over the coming months.
Fuelling transfer speculation, Dybala has admitted that he wouldn’t turn down a foreign move.
“My objective is to play in the Champions League,” he began, speaking to Sky Sports [via Le 10 Sport].
“In Italy I am very happy, but I wouldn’t say no to a move abroad. Maybe one day…”
Chelsea have been heavily linked to the forward, although they may face competition from Ligue 1 reigning champions and French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
PSG are looking for a long-term successor to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and see Dybala—nicknamed ‘the new Messi’ by his president—as someone who could one day replace the 33-year-old.
Finally, the attacker could stay in Italy, should champions Juventus stump up the cash and make good on their reported interest.