Juventus have made playmaker Paulo Dybala available for sale, MySportDab reports.
MySportDab understands that Juventus will only accept a very large bid from any interested club.
According to Sky Sports Italia, Dybala is not part of new Coach Andrea Pirlo’s plans.
Juventus are expected to have a busy summer transfer window and new Coach Pirlo wants to lead a new team for next season.
The Italian legend was appointed the new Coach at The Old Lady after Maurizio Sarri was sacked.
Pirlo is now ready to reshape the Juventus squad and get rid of players.
Paulo Dybala appears set to leave and the Argentine was also close to leaving the Italian Champions last year amid interests from Tottenham and Manchester United.
Dybala was open to a Premier League transfer, and Spurs tried with multiple bids on deadline day last summer.
However, Dybala stayed in Italy, and continued his brilliant season at Juventus with the Serie A title.
Now, he could be set to leave but Juventus have place a huge asking price on his head.
According to Italian Newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport, Juventus have demanded £100m for the player, and will sell if any club can pay the fee.
MySportDab understands that Juventus are also not ready to make any investment in new players this summer due to the coronavirus pandemic impact.
However, if they sold any expensive players, they would get funds for new signings.
Former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey could also be sold after only leaving the Gunners on a free transfer.