Miralem Pjanic looks likely to leave Juventus this summer and could be used in a player exchange involving Mauro Icardi.

The 30-year-old midfielder was expected to be a key part of coach Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus side this season, but has struggled in recent months to make a consistent impact.

According to Corriere Torino, Pjanic is among the players who could possibly leave the club in the summer, with Manchester City, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid all interested in the Bosnian international.

Another option could see Juve use Pjanic in a player exchange where they would convince Paris Saint-Germain to exercise their option to sign Mauro Icardi, then exchange the two players.

A possible replacement could be Chelsea midfielder Jorginho, a first choice for Sarri and a player Juve are thinking about signing.

While recent reports suggest the Brazilian-Italian is happy in London, Corriere Torino suggest Chelsea are not closed to the idea of selling him, provided the offer is right.