Paulo Dybala
Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has confirmed that Manchester United target Paulo Dybala will leave the Serie A club at the end of the current campaignGetty

Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has confirmed that Manchester United target Paulo Dybala will leave the Serie A club at the end of the current campaign.

The Argentine forward has been a subject of constant interest from various top clubs across Europe and Palermo are resigned to losing him in the summer.

Apart from United, Premier League rivals Chelsea and Arsenal have also reportedly shown interest in signing the highly-rated striker. Barcelona from Spain's La Liga are also interested in signing the forward, who has been dubbed the "new Lionel Messi".

But any interested club will have to meet the player's release clause, which is set at £28m ($42m), in order for Palermo to agree to sell their prized possession.

However, the striker has an option of remaining in Italy when he chooses to leave the club as the president also confirmed interest from Italian champions Juventus and Rafa Benitez managed Napoli.

"It's clear that Paulo will leave. Indeed, we're looking for another striker," Zamparini said, as quoted by Goal.

"At home we only have [Andrea] Belotti so, besides him, we will have another forward [for next season]."

"It's 50-50. After Easter, I will see Dybala's agent, who is working well for the boy's future," the Serie A club's president added.

"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]."

Napoli are also keen to sign the forward, but the Palermo chief has warned his counterpart in Naples that they won't get Dybala as easily as they signed Cavani from them. He has made it clear yet again to interested clubs that they have to 'break the bank' to land the Argentine U20 international.

"De Laurentiis [Napoli president] would like him but I told him I won't have another Cavani situation. This time, one must break the bank," Zamparini concluded.