Juventus are looking to oversee a summer revolution in the transfer window and are primed to launch bids for Matteo Darmian and Emre Can.
Despite appearing as a late substitute in Manchester United’s 2-1 FA Cup semi-final victory over Tottenham Hotspur, Darmian has barely featured in Jose Mourinho’s plans this term and appears surplus to requirements.
The Bianconeri also hope to land long term target Can on a free transfer, with the Liverpool midfielder likely to leave Anfield when his contract is up in the summer.
Moves for the Premier League duo look set to follow key exits at the Allianz Stadium, where the Italian champions are set to lose a trio of experienced stars according to Tuttosport.
Claudio Marchisio is in the autumn of his career and has seen his appearances under Massimiliano Allegri diminish this term.
While highly rated full-back Alex Sandro has been linked with moves to Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.
Gianluigi Buffon has still yet to confirm whether he will stay beyond the summer and commit to an 18th season at the club.
But the 40-year-old is already considering a future away from Juventus and is set to enter talks with Boca Juniors.
According to Radio Continental, Buffon has been in contact with the club’s officials but has asked that the talks be postponed until later in May.
Boca manager Schletto told them: ‘(President Daniel) Angelici told me that they called Buffon to ask if he was interested, but we agreed to speak only after May 17.’