Paulo Dybala to join Juventus from Palermo for around €40m

Paulo Dybala has revealed he will move to Juventus from Palermo this summer.

Dybala, 21, has had a wonderful season in Serie A, scoring 13 goals in 35 games and will undergo a medical in Turin on Monday.

"Juventus are the side who wanted me the most," the Argentine told Sky Sport Italia.

"They made a real effort to sign me and this is why I made my decision. I can certainly win the Scudetto there, as they are a winning team. I too always play to win and can find success with them.

"It will be impossible for me to forget everything I've experienced in three years at Palermo. I was happy from the very first day. I know that to play for Juve, I have to do much more and I'm sure I can improve a great deal."

Carlos Tevez, who has been linked with a return to Boca Juniors, may stay until 2016, with Dybala keen to link up with him.

"I hope he stays, as it would be much easier for me to learn and grow with him by my side."

The Champions League finalists are reported to have spent around €40 million on the player, who signed for Palermo from Argentine second division club Instituto in July 2012 for €12 million.

"When I arrived at Palermo, everyone said I was too expensive, but with time I proved that I can play and repeat what I did in Argentina," he added.

"It will be the same thing at Juve, people will say the club paid too much, but with a calm mind I will try to repay the Bianconeri."