Speculation is rife over who will take over at the Serie A champions, with Juve confirming that Massimiliano Allegri will be leaving his position at the end of the 2018-19 season.
That decision brings an end to a trophy-laden five-year spell in charge as Allegri successfully guided Juventus to five league titles in a row, as well as four Coppa Italia trophies.
Juve have also been runner-up in the Champions League on two occasions under the Italian, although their disappointing campaign in Europe's premier club competition this time around did not help matters in terms of his position at the club.
He had previously announced his intention to stay with the club, telling reporters ahead of his side's 2-0 defeat to Roma: "I informed the president that I want to stay at the club before the game against Ajax: my choice is to stay at Juventus.
"I’m happy with the work I’ve done. This year we were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, maybe someone thought that winning this trophy is easy."
Juve have, however, made the decision to part ways with their head coach, with the club now likely to be linked with some of the biggest managerial names over the coming days.
One man who won't be taking over in Turin is Guardiola, however, with the City boss dismissing any notion he could return to Italy.
"I'm satisfied here, I'm not going anywhere. Next season I will be manager of Man City, I said many times."
The current favourite to land the job is former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte.
The 49-year-old previously managed Juve during 2011 to 2014, before leaving the post to take charge of the Italy national team.
As reported by Goal, he had been lined up to replace Luciano Spalletti at Inter, although the soon-to-be vacant job at Juve could now muddy the waters over his potential move to take over at San Siro.