Claudio Marchisio is ready to leave Juventus and go abroad with proposals from Monaco, America, China, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.
Several sources this evening claim that the midfielder has given up on getting regular playing time under Coach Max Allegri.
He is considering all of these proposals that have come in and would therefore be able to continue his career outside of Italy after a lifetime at his hometown club.
Monaco are the current favourites, especially as they have a growing Serie A contingent with Antonio Barreca and Pietro Pellegri.
As a gesture of goodwill for his years of service, Calciomercato.com believe Juve could terminate his contract by mutual consent.
That would allow Marchisio to negotiate a new deal for himself without a transfer fee or existing salary to work with.
His current contract is due to expire in June 2020 and the 32-year-old has made 389 competitive appearances for Juventus, scoring 37 goals.
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