Juventus director Pavel Nedved admits that a "high bid" for the likes of Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba would force them to consider a sale.
The Italian champions saw coach Antonio Conte resign on Tuesday, to be replaced by Massimiliano Allegri, with some reports claiming that the outgoing boss was unhappy with the club's transfer policy this summer.
Goal understands that Manchester United remain interested in signing Vidal despite the huge funds likely to be necessary, while Chelsea have been circling Pogba despite being put off by his price tag, but Nedved is adamant that the Bianconeri want to keep their stars.
"Our strategy is clear; we want to keep all our best players, including Vidal and Pogba," he told Tuttosport. "We don't want to sell anyone, especially Vidal.
"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."