The first order of business for the new bianconeri board will be to let go all the players that will see the end of their contracts this season.

It is a complicated time -again- to be a Juventus fan, and things are about to get worse for the bianconeri with some of the exits they will have to endure this summer.

The team's new approach while the investigation against them for irregularities in their transfer books and wages has seen the Old Lady trying to cut as many expenses as possible, and that will effectively damage the team's ability to negotiate new contracts, both for new signings and their current players. 

According to a report by La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian side and its board, led by John Elkann, have decided to end all negotiations related to contract extensions or permanent transfers, which will see the club saving around $70M in wages and bonuses.

This decision will see up to five players leaving the club, starting with World Cup winners Ángel Di María and Leandro Paredes. Di María was in talks with the bianconeri to extend his deal, but those negotiations will not be extended. Meanwhile, Paredes is on loan from PSG, but Juve will not execute the buyout clause included in the deal.

The same goes for other players such as Juan Cuadrado, Alex Sandro, and Adrien Rabiot. The team's former board was inclined on keeping Cuadrado and Rabiot around, but their current legal turmoil has forced the new board members to let these players leave the club on free transfers next summer. In Alex Sandro's case, the club came close to leaving the club this winter, but negotiations were unsuccessful and now Juventus will have to let him leave on a free move as well.

The team's approach under coach Allegri will be to give players from their youth categories a chance to play for the first team, mainly because the investigation by Italian football authorities could still see the bianconeri getting relegated to Serie B, where their budget and financial issues could still take a toll.