The Italian side coached by Massimiliano Allegri will have to re-shape their squad once the move is confirmed this summer.

Juventus will have to face one more summer with a departing star, as striker Paulo Dybala is set to leave the club once the season comes to an end.

The Argentine player's talks to extend his contract with the bianconeri have hit a low point, and according to a source consulted by TyC Sports, the footballer is ready to listen to offers from any club interested in his services.

Dybala joined Juventus prior to the start of the 2015-16 season, and his time at Allianz Arena is set to conclude after scoring 109 goals for the bianconeri and in the middle of a crisis that has seen the team struggling for a spot among the top five in Serie A.

Apparently, the player has decided not to extend his contract due to recent statements by team delegate Maurizio Arrivabene, who criticized his performances and urged him to "understand the weight of carrying Juve's Number 10 on his back". Added to those words, the team's decision to postpone the announcement of his contract extension have inclined Dybala to search for pastures new.

Coach Massimiliano Allegri has been quite adamant about his need to have Dybala around, but he ended up leaving the matter in the hands of his bosses. 

It is yet to be seen where Dybala would continue his playing career, but prior reports have hinted that Dybala's future could be linked to Premier League teams such as Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle, or even La Liga giants Barcelona, who could be tempted to lure him to Camp Nou due to his free agent status.