Juventus director Pavel Nedved claims the Italians champions will consider the sale of star players Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba, if they receive high offers for them.
During the unveiling of new manager Massimiliano Allegri last week, Juventus chief executive officer Giuseppe Marotta had put an end to all speculations about Vidal's future, by saying that the Chilean was a "Juventus player" and the Old Lady would "never put him up for sale".
The Serie A champions had also claimed that Pogba, who has been very impressive for his club as well as his country of late, is not for sale, though the French midfielder is being targeted by a host of big clubs including Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.
And although Nedved insists that the two players are key for the club, he also admits that the Old Lady will be forced to consider the situation, if they receive mammoth bids for the duo.
"Our strategy is clear; we want to keep all our best players, including Vidal and Pogba. We don't want to sell anyone, especially Vidal," Nedved, who played for Juventus from 2001 to 2009, was quoted as saying by Tuttosport.
"Certainly, if there were a high bid for them, we'd have to think about it but we don't want to sell our champions. We want to be competitive in the Champions League and the only sales to be players who are not part of our plans," he added.
Meanwhile, it looks like some club has bid big for Vidal afterall, as the Chilean's neighbours have reportedly confirmed that he has put up his house (in the Moncalieri area) for sale.
The 27-year-old, who is reportedly keen on leaving following Antonio Conte's resignation, admits he is not sure about his Juventus future, despite being aware of interest from Real and United.
"I don't know if my era at Juventus is finished," said Vidal. "I heard interest from Real Madrid and Manchester United. It is difficult to talk about another great club when you are already in a top level team.
"I won three Scudetti in Italy and I respect my teammates. I heard of interest from Real Madrid and Manchester United, but there is someone who deals with those things."