Juventus have met with Palermo regarding a possible deal for Argentine striker Paulo Dybala.

While it’s no secret that Juve have been in negotiations for Dybala, most of the talk has come from Palermo chairman Maurizio Zamparini with Juve saying very little about a possible transfer.

Juve director Beppe Marotta took a moment to address the Bianconeri’s interest in the 21 year-old striker in an interview with Radio Rai.

“We always want to win and it’s right to mix young players with experienced ones. We want to make use of our younger players, like Coman and Morata, and we’ll continue down this road.

“We’re looking round to find enticing elements for the future and Dybala is interesting, I’ve already met Zamparini.

“At the moment there may be some differences in terms of economics. The Rosanero President has his own ideas about the value of the player but we’ll continue along our way.

“We have about 70 players on loan, in Italy and abroad. We have Rugani who did very well with Empoli and has played a wonderful championship.

“He is very young, of the ’94 generation. Let’s not forget Mattiello, who was doing very well with Chievo before his injury.

“There are other important names, but we’ve got to tread carefully because young players need to confirm their promise over time.

“That said, adding a few young names to our squad is one of our objectives.”