Paulo Dybala and Aaron Ramsey are reportedly among the players who Juventus will be aiming to offload in the upcoming transfer window.
Dybala continues to struggle with injuries in Turin and is yet to commit his future to the club beyond 2022, with Arsenal said to be considering a move for the former Palermo man if they fail to land Martin Odegaard on a permanent basis.
The Gunners' former midfield lynchpin Ramsey has also been plagued by fitness issues during his time at Juventus and is being heavily linked with a move back to the Premier League, potentially in a shock move to Tottenham Hotspur.
According to the Daily Mail, the two players' exits would help Juventus negate their £99m financial losses amid the coronavirus pandemic, with Dybala and Ramsey both pocketing mammoth wages in Turin.
Dybala, Ramsey and Sandro have started just 30 games between them in Serie A this season, and the former's departure would supposedly all but guarantee Cristiano Ronaldo's stay for the new season.