In the aftermath of the coronavirus outbreak, Juventus has recently identified six players for sale in order to balance the books.
After Andrea Pirlo’s side posted unprecedented losses of £99 million earlier this year, a number of fringe and regular first-team players are thought to be on the chopping block in Turin.
The Old Lady is said to have identified five players who will not be sold in any circumstances, including Dejan Kulusevski, but other names may be moved as the club seeks to raise £85 million this summer.
Weston McKennie, Aaron Ramsey, Alex Sandro, Merih Demiral, Federico Bernardeschi, and Adrien Rabiot are all up for sale, according to Italian outlet Il Corriere dello Sport, while the club hopes to permanently offload Mattia De Sciglio to Lyon.
Douglas Costa will also return to Juventus after a loan spell at Bayern Munich, despite the fact that the Brazil international is thought to be attracting attention from Gremio, and Pirlo is unlikely to stop him if he wants to transfer.
Meanwhile, Paulo Dybala’s future at the club is uncertain, with reports claiming that Manchester United is interested in signing the Argentine, who has a contract expiring in 2022.