Manchester United and Arsenal target Paulo Dybala's agent Gustavo Mascardi has confirmed that there are English clubs lining up for his signature in the summer.
The Italian has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal, with Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini confirming that the Gunners along with Juventus have made a move in signing the 21-year- old.
However, the confirmation was banished by Arsene Wenger, who vociferously denied the interest and challenged Zamparini to show any proof related to the interest.
The talk should have died down if not for the player's agent coming out again and repeating the existence of an English club in the transfer dealings. This has opened the debate yet again.
Manchester United are also interested in the player, with Louis van Gaal looking to strengthen his squad to challenge for the title next season. The Red Devils have been linked with a plethora of players in the summer with Dybala among the prime prospects. The player is reported to be available for a fee in the range of €40m.
Mascardi also confirmed that a few Italian clubs are in the mix involving Dybala's transfer and insists that he will have no qualms in corresponding with Napoli over a possible transfer in the summer.
"There are so many good offers, the boy may have an important future", Mascardi told Gazzetta TV.
"There are few talented players like him. Abroad, there are major deals, in particular with an English club. In Italy, there are two or three interested sides.
"If he remains in Italy it is good and can be smart for everyone. Napoli? I would love to do something with president De Laurentiis. I consider him one of the best presidents," he added.
The agent also represents Roma striker Juan Iturbe and revealed that he will also be in massive demand in the summer from clubs in the Premier League.
"Iturbe is a champion who has had a difficult season due to injury", he continued.
"It was not well understood by the technical staff and that did not give him confidence. Will he leave? There are very good proposals from England for him. We'll see what Iturbe and Roma decide," the agent concluded.