The bianconeri could be hit hard in the transfer window if the 10-point ban against them is upheld by Italian authorities

The recent sanction against Juventus could cause quite a problem for the bianconeri when it comes to their planning for next season, as several top names in their squad could leave the Italian side this summer.

The club, desperate for funding if their sanction is upheld, could see as many as five players leaving the club on free moves or via transfers, caused by the team's financial issues. 

The list of names starts with those who would see their contracts ending and where Juve could not offer them a new deal. The first ones to emerge are Angel Di María, Adrien Rabiot, and Leandro Paredes, who were about to be offered new contracts when the season expired and before the 10-point ban came in effect. 

Other players such as Juan Cuadrado, Alex Sandro, and Leonardo Bonucci, were already on the exit ramp with no option to extend their deals. In fact, the Italian center back is about to retire from professional football this summer.

Added to the first list of players, the club could be forced to part ways with striker Dusan Vlahovic and Federico Chiesa. The duo's exit from the club could come in handy due to their high wages, and teams from La Liga (Real Madrid, to be specific), have already been linked to Vlahovic ahead of summer's transfer window.

The decision by Italy's sports authorities could even mean Massimiliano Allegri's exit, although that an early termination of his contract could be even more expensive for the bianconeri, who would have to pay the coach the full amount included in his deal even if he is sacked by the end of the season.

Be that as it may, the next summer promises to be quite busy for Juventus, but something tells us that fans will not be as satisfied with their activity in coming months.