Aaron Ramsey could leave Juventus this summer, with the Serie A champions willing to listen to offers for the midfielder, according to Sky Italy.
The Wales international joined Juventus from Arsenal on a free transfer last summer following 11 years at the Emirates Stadium.
Selling Ramsey is a possibility, but not a priority for new Juventus head coach Andrea Pirlo, who was appointed as Maurizio Sarri's replacement earlier this week.
Blaise Matuidi is set to join David Beckham's MLS franchise Inter Miami, while Sami Khedira and Gonzalo Higuain are also likely to leave Juventus this summer.
Ramsey scored four goals in 35 appearances during an elongated 2019/20 campaign as Juventus claimed their ninth successive Serie A title and the 36th of their 122-year history.
The 29-year-old, who has been linked with a return to the Premier League, has three years remaining on his contract.
Analysis: Could Ramsey be set for PL return?
Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol:
"I think his time in Turin could be coming to an end but I don't think it's by any means certain that he's going to leave Juventus. The situation is that Juve need to cut costs, they need to reduce their wage bill. The easiest way to do that would be to sell Cristiano Ronaldo - but it doesn't look like that will happen.
"Blaise Matuidi is set to join MLS club Inter Miami while it looks like Sami Khedira is going to leave as well as Gonzalo Higuain. Aaron Ramsey is another player who could potentially leave. Sky Italy are telling us it's a possibility but not a priority for Juve to sell him this summer.
"He's a fantastic player, he's won the title with Juventus, and if they wanted to sell him, I'm sure a lot of clubs would be interested to sign him this summer."
Juve: Sarri's failure, Pirlo's project
Juventus chief Fabio Paratici said he was "destined" for the job.
But you would struggle to find a single person in football who was not shell-shocked by Pirlo's appointment as the new Juventus head coach.
Hours after ending Sarri's ill-fated stay at the Allianz Stadium, Juve entrusted the top job in Italian club football management to Pirlo - an icon as a player, but a rookie with a total lack of experience as a manager.
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