Tottenham Hotspur are keeping tabs on Palermo striker Paulo Dybala, who is at the centre of a transfer scramble.
Dybala is on the way out of Palermo after refusing to extend his contract with the Serie A side, however the club's flamboyant president Maurizio Zamparini has slapped a €40m asking price on his head.
The Argentine striker wants to remain in Italy and has Juventus, Inter and AC Milan on his tail, with all three attempting to do a deal for Dybala.
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United have been linked with the 21-year-old too and according to Italian outlet Calcio Mercato, Tottenham are also monitoring developments involving Dybala.
Zamparini has vowed to resolve the striker's future over the next week amid suggestions he is willing to drop his asking price to push through a sale.
Dybala has so far scored 13 goals in all competitions for Palermo this season, having recently hit a barren spell.
His current contract with the club runs until the summer of 2016.