Paulo Dybala has seemingly opened the door to Barcelona after admitting he could be about to play his last few games for Palermo.
The Serie A outfit are likely to sell the Argentine striker in the coming months as they risk losing him for nothing next summer, and he revealed his awe at having attended the Clasico before the international break.
“I’m fully focused on the match against Milan this Saturday,” the 21-year-old told Dia a Dia.
“I try not to think about the transfer market but to be fully focused on Palermo and enjoy our next  games, which could well be my last here.
“I went to Camp Nou [to watch the Clasico] as a mere spectator. There were so many great champions on the pitch.
“It was a great game and it helped me because I learned a lot.”
Barca’s transfer embargo means they can sign players but not register them until January 2016.