Juventus are reportedly looking into cashing in on Paulo Dybala to help with their pursuit of Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah.
The Bianconeri are ready to make changes this summer after falling short in their bid to lift the Champions League trophy, tasting defeat in the quarter–finals to Ajax.
Tuttosport claims that Benfica youngster Joao Felix, wantaway Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi and Federico Chiesa of Fiorentina are all also targets for the Italian giants.
To facilitate their attacking changes, the report indicates that Juventus are ready to offload Dybala to the highest bidder, with Manchester United possibly being interested.
Juve would ideally like Salah to link up with Cristiano Ronaldo, a £100m signing from Real Madrid last year, but Liverpool do not expect the Egyptian forward to leave anytime soon.