Juventus Vice-President says the club aren’t worried about Gonzalo Higuain leaving this summer, however the Bianconeri will make a decision with Mario Mandzukic over his future.

There’s been a suggestion in some parts of the Italian press that both players are likely to leave with the Croatian forward being linked to Manchester United.

Meanwhile, Higuain has been linked with a move to Chelsea, should Maurizio Sarri be confirmed as new manager in the coming weeks.

Despite the links, Nedved seemed to suggest that Juventus are not concerned over Pipita for the moment.

“We’re not worried, Higuain is our player and has a contract with us,” the Vice-President told Sky Sport Italia.

“We’ll see what happens after the World Cup. Mandzukic? Players must always be happy.

“You shouldn’t hold them back, you need them to stay happy. We’ll make a decision together.”

There have been a series of reports from Italy that Mandzukic has grown frustrated at having to play on the wing and would prefer to return to being an out-and-out striker.