Juventus are reportedly ready to consider any offers for midfielder Miralem Pjanic during the next transfer window.
Since signing from Roma in 2016, Pjanic has contributed 21 goals from 165 appearances in all competitions, as well as helping Juventus to three Serie A titles.
However, with the Italian giants well stocked for options in midfield, La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that the 29-year-old may be sold later in 2020.
The report suggests that Juventus are prepared to cash in on the Bosnia-Herzegovina international having performed well during his recent absence from the team.
Paris Saint-Germain are allegedly contemplating a bid for Pjanic, who still has over three years remaining on his contract.
Clubs from the Premier League are also likely to express an interest should Juventus maintain their current stance.