Juventus new head coach Andrea Pirlo, continue the reorganisation of the Italia Serie A side as the new season beckons, OJB Sport reports.
The Old Lady won the scudetto for a record 9 times consecutively but crashed at out of the UEFA champions league at the round of 16 to French Lique One side Olympique Lyon.
The defeat led to the sacking of the team coach Maurizio Sarri and some players are already preparing for their exits.
French midfielder Blaise Matuidi left the club for MLS club Inter Miami.
The reports coming from the team camp indicates that Juventus has terminated the contract of Germany’s international Sami Khedira and Argetina striker Gonzalo Higuain.
These two veterans will both want at least some of the outstanding salary as a golden handshake to leave the club, so it will be a costly operation.
Others are up for sale and will raise funds for other transfers, such as Federico Bernardeschi, Douglas Costa and potentially also Alex Sandro.
Mattia Perin is no longer required, so having spent the second half of the season on loan at Genoa, is now on sale with interest from Fulham.
Daniele Rugani is also on the way out, but the reports of Arsenal offering Hector Bellerin in exchange remained unclear.