The Serbian striker may be on the move this summer, especially if Juventus fail to qualify for the Champions League.

The 15-point deduction Juventus were hit with could have massive repercussions for the Bianconeri - especially when it comes to keeping key players in Turin.

According to reports, one big signing that could be on the move is Dusan Vlahovic. Juventus spent a whopping $95 million (€90 million) to bring in the Serbian international from Fiorentina, thus beating off competition from the likes of Arsenal. However, with their chances at qualifying for the Champions League now looking in increasing doubt, La Vecchia Signora could be forced to part ways with one of their marquee players.

Newcastle United, who have had a solid season so far, are one team that have been linked with trying to acquire Vlahovic this summer. As per sources from Italy, the English side have prepared an offer of approximately $80 million (€75 million) to try to lure the 23-year-old away from Turin.

Juventus are apparently still hoping to make some kind of profit on a potential sale, but with the increasingly likelihood that the Bianconeri will not qualify for the Champions League, La Vecchia Signora could have to make a tough decision as to whether to listen to offers or to try to convince the player to remain in Turin for the long haul.