Juventus are reportedly under pressure to make player sales during the next two transfer windows.
Since the start of last season, Juventus have spent big on Cristiano Ronaldo and Matthijs de Ligt, while also handing lucrative deals to Emre Can, Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey whom they have signed on free transfers.
However, according to Calciomercato, those incomings have resulted in a significant increase in the club's expenditure, putting them in a position where €300m (£264.87m) needs to be raised in order to balance the books.
While a prolonged run in the Champions League would help matters, Juventus will need to raise the majority of the funds through selling several first-team players.
Mario Mandzukic is in line to leave Turin in the coming months, although there is seemingly an increasing desire to cash in on Paulo Dybala, with the Argentine not featuring in Maurizio Sarri's plans.
Can, who has been left out of the club's European squad, could also be sold in January or next summer.body check tags ::