Blaise Matuidi, Gonzalo Higuain and Mario Mandzukic are all linked with an exit from Juventus this summer.
The Bianconeri are set to make some big changes following a string of arrivals including Adrien Rabiot, Matthijs De Ligt, Aaron Ramsey and Merih Demiral.
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According to Le Parisien, Paris Saint-Germain are interested in re-signing Blaise Matuidi as they look to rebuild their midfield for the season ahead.
The Frenchman was the backbone of Max Allegri’s Juventus side but looks as though he may be on the way out this summer.
Manchester United, Monaco and Everton have also shown an interest in the 32-year-old but a move back to France may be the likeliest option.
Reports from Italy continue to suggest that Gonzalo Higuain is no longer in the plans of new coach Maurizio Sarri, despite the Argentine’s insistence that he remain with the Bianconeri.
Roma have continued to pursue the player and while they have made their interest known to Higuain’s brother/agent, Pipa has continued to turn down the offer.
Sky Sport Italia report that as late as yesterday, Higuain had made his desire to remain at Juve well known to management but there’s no clear indication yet whether or not he will travel with the team on their tour of Asia.
Finally, Mario Mandzukic has been linked with a switch to Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich in recent months but it’s unclear where his future lies.
Despite having turned down an offer from China to remain in Turin, the Croatian striker has now been linked with a switch to Germany, although reports from Kicker suggest that Bayern aren’t as interested in the 33-year-old as Dortumund.
All three players are expected to leave the club in the coming weeks along with Sami Khedira who isn’t expected to join the team on their tour of the Far East.
The German midfielder is expected to stay in Turin while reports from Italy suggest he may agree to rescind his contract with Juve also agreeing to let him leave for free.