Italian Paper Talk: Paulo Dybala Set To Leave Palermo, Inter Milan Unimpressed By Arsenal’s Podolski

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 Dybala set for Palermo exit after Zamparini row…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as Juventus striker Carlos Tevez is predicted to beat out the competition and top the scoring charts in Serie A this season.

Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– ‘The Apache wins’ – Juventus striker Carlos Tevez is on course for the top scorer award in Serie A this season, ahead of his rivals and fellow Argentines Mauro Icardi and Gonzalo Higuain.

– From our technical analysis, and a jury of 50 strikers from past and present, Tevez will take the Capocannoniere title.

– Mario Balotelli is back, on as a substitute for Liverpool and off the mark after 105 days – a goal with a moustache.

– Palermo star Paulo Dybala, break with club owner Maurizio Zamparini. It is expected that there will be a duel between Juve and Roma for his signature.

Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– ‘Desire for the draw’.

– Referees: the designation process under examination. Clubs in Serie A want changes made to how referees are assigned to games in the league.

– Lazio president Claudio Lotito: “Many presidents in Serie A are in agreement over change”.

– Record number of foreigners in Serie A.

– Zamparini: Dybala is corrupt – “he’s in bad hands”. Palermo owner blames Dybala’s agents for their problems and he is ready to sell.

– Chinese buy TV rights. Premier League boom after announcement of new TV deal, now Serie A responds with Chinese deal.

Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Zamparini: Dybala? I’ll give him to Juve.

– The Palermo President to end it with the Argentine. “[Juve GM] Beppe Marotta asked me for him, but I won’t do discounts. Chelsea and PSG want him too”.

– Gianluigi Buffon: “I won’t stop”. Bianconeri legend ready to continue his playing career.

– AC Milan, only Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella left to get back on track. The Rossoneri could be considering another coaching coach if things don’t improve and Montella is seen as the solution.

– Ciao Podolski! Inter look to Lavezzi for goals. The Argentine has decided to leave PSG and so the Nerazzurri will look to add him to the team to score goals with Podolski struggling. Meanwhile, goalkeeper Samir Handanovic is in new contract talks, but he wants a top wage to stay.

– Now the Serie A TV rights are Chinese!

– Martinez: “At Torino, if you give up you’re out.”

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