The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has decided that the number of players who can leave the squad on loan is limited to 14, with the likes of Paulo Dybala, Daniele De Rossi, Danilo Pantic, Simone Zaza, Gianluigi Buffon, Roberto Firmino and Paulo Dybo should all be given the opportunity to leave.
The club have already announced the players who will be loaned out, with Dybalo’s loan deal with the Ligue 1 outfit expiring in 2018 and De Rossi’s departure from Liverpool in the summer having already been confirmed.
The Italian Football Association (FIGA) also announced that two players are on the brink of leaving the squad this summer, while Zaza has yet to agree a new deal with Juventus and Firmina is in the process of a medical.
Meanwhile, De Rossi is yet to return from a two-year loan at Roma and Dybo is still on his trial with Udinese, with a loan deal already signed for the latter having yet to be completed.
Firmino is currently with Milan, where he is expected to sign a new contract and could be a target for Manchester City in the future.