Paulo Dybala is considering his future at Juventus after reports the club are planning sell him to generate funds, with the forward frustrated at being transfer listed.
Dybala was one of the top performers for the Old Lady in the last season after netting 17 goals and providing eight assists in all competitions. He was also named as the Serie A MVP - but is in line for a shock exit with owner Andrea Agnelli looking to rejuvenate the squad.
Juventus won the title but were dumped out of the Champions League by Lyon, with Andrea Pirlo taking over from Maurizio Sarri, and the squad could be overhauled ahead of next season. Dybala, who earns around £9million a year, could fetch bids of between £90m and £110m, and allow the club to reinvest in the team.