Juventus could be set for another summer of upheaval as numerous players are linked with an exit from the club.

Rumours have circulated for some weeks now about the future of Max Allegri, although the coach is expected to remain at the club for a further year.

This has led to reports that Paulo Dybala, Miralem Pjanic and Joao Cancelo could leave in June having all had mixed seasons with the Bianconeri.

Goal Italia’s Juve correspondent Romeo Agresti gave his own take on what could happen in the months ahead.

“If he (Allegri) stays, he will remain on his terms. I know for sure that he asks for certain guarantees in terms of staff.

“Paulo Dybala is on the market, both for the club and for Allegri.

“I would bet on the departure of Pjanic; in addition to the tactical questions, Juve would make a big capital gain (from his sale).

“I would be surprised that if in the event of a renewal with Allegri, they go beyond the annual extension.

“If Allegri does not remain, Antonio Conte will go to Juve and Allegri to Inter should be monitored seriously. Beppe Marotta wants one between the two of them.

“There is a good chance Mario Mandzukic will leave this summer.

“Let’s see if Juve will decide to spend on Federico Chiesa, there are no recent updates. For me, Kostas Manolas is not a ‘concrete’ name for Juventus.

“Matthijs De Ligt will go to Barcelona – the relationship between Barca and Ajax is excellent. Despite the two  years Juve worked to sign him, there is nothing they can do.”