Juventus have confirmed two strikers are set to leave the club this summer, according to Sky Sports.
The Italian giants have been busy in the transfer market during this window, bringing in two big name centre forwards. Fernando Llorente completed his switch from Athletic Bilbao, while Carlos Tevez also completed the switch to Serie A from Manchester City.
This means the club now have six front men on their books, and the club’s new general manager Beppe Marotta has confirmed that two will be departing the Old Lady in due course.
Fabio Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri could be the most likely candidates to leave, although Mirko Vucinic has also had his name linked with a possible move to Manchester United over the past couple of weeks.
“I don’t want to make names, but we have six strikers and we’ll keep only four of them,” Marotta told Sky Sports Italia.
Norwich City have already expressed an interest in Quagliarella, reportedly having a bid of £7million turned down for the Italian forward.
The 30-year-old striker holds a record of 22 Serie A goals in 67 appearances for Juventus, although La Liga giants Valencia are also thought to be willing to make an offer.
Meanwhile Everton are understood to have expressed an interest in 28-year-old Alessandro Matri, who is valued at around £12million.
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