Like many other clubs Juventus are looking to be financially prudent this summer as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
One player who could save or make the Old Lady some money is 22-year-old midfielder Rolando Mandragora.
And according to Tuttoudinese, Juventus plan to exercise that right in the next transfer window.
Head coach Maurizio Sarri will then assess the once-capped Italy international before deciding his future.
Juventus want to rebuild their ageing squad with a solid core of young Italians, like Mandragora, for the future.
With the Serie A giants competing on three fronts, there would be game time for Mandragora back in Turin.
However, the decision will be down to Sarri. After Juventus buy back Mandragora, he will either enter Sarri’s plans or be sold again for a profit.
Mandragora has appeared 25 times in Serie A for Udinese this season with a further two appearances in the Coppa Italia.