Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado could yet leave the club just six months on from his permanent move to west London after Juventus expressed an interest in signing the Colombia international.
Cuadrado joined the Blues on deadline day in the January transfer window for £23.3m according to BBC Sport but he made just four starts on his way to picking up a Premier League winner's medal.
The Daily Mirror have reported that Chelsea are already looking to offload Cuadrado this summer, with Inter Milan among the clubs interested.
The player's agent says he is happy with life at Stamford Bridge despite a slow start to his Chelsea career.
However, Juventus have become the first club to confirm their intention to sign Cuadrado, with the Serie A champions open to loan deal for the 2015-16 season before a permanent arrangement.
"We are open to all possibilities," Juve chief executive Guiseppe Marotta told Premium Sport according to Sky Sports.
"Should Chelsea be open to a loan with the possibility to sell him permanently, we would be happy."
Jose Mourinho must balance wanting to improve his squad, which has begun with the additions of Brazilian youngster Nathan and Radamel Falcao on loan from Monaco, and keeping his current first team players happy – many of whom are returning following loan spells last term.
Mourinho is also under pressure to promote the club's impressive young players which have enjoyed FA Youth Cup and Uefa Youth League success, silverware which they have won in the past two campaigns.