Italian giants Juventus are ready to offload three players next summer to fund a move for Chelsea star Mason Mount, according to Italian media outlet Calciomercatoweb via Daily Mail.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is an admirer of the England midfielder, and is prepared to offload players in order to make a bid for the player financially viable in the summer.
Mount currently has just 18 months remaining on his deal at Stamford Bridge and recently rejected a new deal from the club worth around £200,000 weekly.
Juventus will opt not to make the loan deal for PSG star Leandro Paredes permanent and will allow France international Adrien Rabiot leave as a free agent at the end of the season.
American midfielder Weston McKennie could also be on his way out of the Allianz Stadium, with the funds raised from a prospective sale of the former Schalke star allowing for a move for Mount.
Juventus are hopeful they will be able to convince Mount to leave the Premier League for the Italian Serie A.