Palermo striker Paulo Dybala's future will be settled in the next two weeks after president Maurizio Zamparini said talks would be held with the Chelsea and Manchester United target regarding his future in the coming days.
Dybala has been linked with a host of clubs from across Europe after scoring 13 goals in 33 Serie A matches this season, with the 21-year-old regarded as one of the hottest properties in the Italian top flight.
Arsenal, Chelsea, United and Juventus are among the clubs understood to be interested in his services and the quartet are set to learn which of them has been successful in capturing Dybala in the coming weeks after Zamparini admitted a decision is imminent.
"At least three teams are really interested in him,'' Zamparini told Giornale di Sicilia. "The apple is ripe and we are ready to pick it.
"I think in 10, or a maximum of 15 days, we will know his future. We will meet with the player and his agent to complete the deal. Those who understand football realise his potential.'
Chelsea have made a bid of £28.8m ($44m), which was deemed below Palermo's valuation of Dybala, while Paris Saint-Germain are also said to have submitted an offer that also sits below the Serie A club's expectations.
"Paris Saint-Germain have already come forward with an offer of about £32.4m and Chelsea had already reached £28.8m," agent Gustavo Mascardi told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"We're now at the stage where the price cannot be lower than €50m. Paulo is in no hurry and will take his decision calmly."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has denied the club have submitted an offer for Dybala, while United boss Louis van Gaal is yet to comment on reports linking the 20-time English league champions with a move.
United have already secured their first signing of the summer in the form of PSV Eindhoven attacker Memphis Depay, who will move to the club in June after completing a medical.