Juventus have reportedly decided that they are open to selling Paulo Dybala during the summer transfer window.
Dybala is currently nearing the end of his fourth campaign in Turin, but the 25-year-old has arguably endured his least productive year at the club.
The Argentine international has contributed just 10 goals and four assists from 37 outings in Serie A and the Champions League, and it appears that it could lead to an exit from the Italian champions.
According to Goal, Juventus are willing to cashing in on the playmaker as Massimiliano Allegri looks to make significant additions to his first-team squad.
Dybala still has over three years remaining on his contract, leaving Juventus in a position where they can still demand big money for the attacker’s signature.