Juventus to offload five players this summer including Paulo Dybala

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The Bianconeri are set for a squad overhaul with many of current rosters expected to leave this summer.

Juventus are reportedly preparing for a massive clearout in favour of a squad overhaul.

The Bianconeri have endured a whirlwind season as they currently ten points off the leaders and adding to it, the Champions League exit in the round of 16 against Porto.

Although Andrea Pirlo has received a lot of stick in his debut season, the Italian is expected to lead the side next season as well, confirmed by Juve Vice President Pavel Nedved.

Juve are said to have sorted out five names who could be shown exit doors this summer. The list includes Paulo Dybala, Alex Sandro, Juan Cuadrado, Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot.

Paulo Dybala has failed to make a cut in the playing eleven of Pirlo after struggled with injuries this season. The presence of Dejan Kulusevski has also made life difficult for the Argentine. Dybala’s rumours to Premier League have emerged of late and he could be possibly on his way out of Turin this summer.

Sandro has not been at his best for the last few seasons and Juve are looking to replace him with Chelsea’s Emerson Palmieri.

Juan Cuadrado’s position has been hampered with the revelation of Federico Chiesa as the right wing-back. With Chiesa firing in all cylinders, there are chances that Cuadrado could leave the Old Lady.

Juve have recently received interest from Tottenham for Aaron Ramsey, whom the Italians want to get rid of alongside another under-fire midfielder Aaron Ramsey.