Germany midfielder Emre Can could be on his way out of Juventus, just 18 months on from the midfielder's ill-fated move from Liverpool.
Can swapped Anfield for the Allianz Stadium after signing a pre-contract agreement in the summer of 2018, usually in and out of the team under Max Allegri in his first season as he found his feet in Serie A.
This season, however, he has failed to feature with any sort of regularity, with the arrivals of Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey bolstering the midfield ranks, with new manager Maurizio Sarri opting to use him on just four occasions.
He was left out of their Champions League squad altogether, and now, according to Calcio Mercato, Juve are prepared to listen to offers to move him on in January.
The Italian outlet notes a €50m release clause in the 25-year-old's contract, but that even the most ambitious behind the scenes at Juve accept achieving that fee is not realistic.
A fee somewhere between €30-40m is the target in January, although they are believed to be prepared to sanction a loan with an obligation to buy, which is often the preference for clubs dealing in the winter transfer window.
In terms of potential suitors, the report doesn't specify if any concrete proposals have been received, but does note that Barcelona and PSG - along with 'about half of the Premier League' - are keeping a keen eye on the situation.
Manchester United have been heavily linked with a move for the Germany international, with the £35m fee mentioned falling in line with what Calcio Mercato have outlined here, while Bayern Munich were reported earlier still as an interested party.