Juventus will look to offload Paulo Dybala to Paris Saint-Germain, in an attempt to balance their finances, according to the UK Independent.
After the Argentine's deadline-day move to Tottenham fell through, Dybala has been left furious at his treatment by the Serie A champions.
A move to PSG could suit all parties and pave the way for Neymar to leave, with Real Madrid thought to be competing with Barcelona for his signature.
Dybala was initially linked with a swap deal, which would have seen Romelu Lukaku move to Turin.
But that proposition fell through and Lukaku has now joined Serie A rivals Inter Milan instead.
The 25-year-old also failed to complete a transfer to Premier League rivals Spurs.
But with the Italian transfer window closing August 18, Dybala still has enough time to wrap up a transfer to PSG.