The Italian champions are lagging behind in the race for the Serie A table, and have already crashed out of the Champions League at the hands of Porto.
It has been suggested that Juve will rebuild the squad around the younger members of the playing squad, and a few of the more experienced players could be moved on.
Mirror Football has taken a look at the five players who have been tipped to depart.
Argentine playmaker Paulo Dybala is out of contract in 2022, and it seems unlikely he’ll sign a new deal at the moment.
Dybala is still in talks over a new deal, but it’s been suggested that he could move on this summer in order to free up space on the wage bill, considering he currently takes home a £6.4million yearly salary.
Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro is highly likely to leave this summer.
Sandro is still under contract until 2023, but it seems he will be moved on with Juve keen to explore other options.
On the other flank, Juan Cuadrado could also be without a position next season if Andrea Pirlo continues to play a 3-5-2 formation.
The Colombian is about to enter into the final year of his contract, and it seems highly unlikely that he’ll be offered a new deal.
With Cuadrado’s contract set to expire in a year’s time, he’ll likely be offered out of the club.
Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey has endured a torrid spell in Turin since his free transfer in 2019.
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Elsewhere in the midfield, Adrien Rabiot is also set to be allowed to leave.
The Italian joined on a free transfer at the same time as Ramsey, but has failed to have much of an impact.
With a move for Pogba potentially on the cards, the Italian champions are said to be ready to revamp their midfield with Rabiot not a part of their long-term plans.
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