Argentine star Paulo Dybala has been told by New Coach Andrea Pirlo that he can leave Juventus, Gazzetta dello Sport reports.
The forward was a subject of intense transfer speculation last summer with premier league clubs.
Manchester United and Spurs were said to have keen interest in the player, with the later having several bids rejected by Juve on deadline day.
However, the source stressed that though he will be allowed to leave, it must be only when “an extremely lucrative bid from any interested teams” is received.
Dybala had a fine campaign last season, but Pirlo doesn’t see him fit to his new system as he plans an overhaul of the team with Blaise Matuidi already leaving for Inter Miami and Higuain as well as Ramsey all touted to leave.