Juventus are hopeful of raising more than £96m after reportedly putting four high-profile players on the transfer list ahead of the upcoming window.
Reports this week have suggested that the Old Lady are open to offers for Miralem Pjanic, Sami Khedira, Douglas Costa and Gonzalo Higuain, having imposed a salary cap to help deal with the financial impact of coronavirus.
Those four players have a combined value of £96.3m according to Transfermarkt, with Pjanic by far the most expensive of those at £46.8m.
Khedira is valued at just under £5m due to having only one year remaining on his contract, while Gonzalo Higuain is also coming to the end of his existing deal in Turin.
The Argentine is still valued at around £23m, though, which is more than the £21.6m price tag on the head of 29-year-old Costa.
While Juventus would hope to drum up almost £100m in sales from the four players, they are also reportedly looking at including them as potential makeweights in swap deals.