Juventus will sell Paulo Dybala this summer if he opts against signing a new deal.
The Argentine and the Serie A champions are in the midst of contract negotiations but progress is not being made.
His current £6.2m-a-year deal runs out in 2022 and he rejected their latest offering which cast doubt over his future.
Juventus will table one more offer but do not want to involve themselves in lengthy discussions with the player.
A final contract will be tabled that will include a £1.9m pay rise which would make him the club's second highest earner alongside Matthijs de Ligt.
If Dybala decides against signing that then they will let him leave Turin in the summer, reports Tuttosport.
The player and his representatives are poised to meet with the Juventus hierarchy later this month.
Only in December did Pirlo reiterated the need to keep hold of Dybala who he claimed was "fundamental" to the Italian side.
He said when asked on his importance: "Absolutely. Champions like him are always fundamental in strong teams.
"I train all the players. Dybala is one of them. He behaviour is great."
Dybala moved to Turin from Palermo in 2015 and has scored 97 times for the Bianconeri.
He was an integral figure under Massimiliano Allegri but has not retained the same status under Maurizio Sarri and now Andrea Pirlo.
A move to Manchester United or Tottenham was once in the pipeline but discussions broke down.
United could reignite their interest if they do decide to sell Paul Pogba in the summer.
A swap deal involving the World Cup winner could suit all parties with Mino Raiola already touting Juventus as a possible destination for Pogba.
Reports claim that Dybala is seen by the Red Devils as a long-term attacking solution.
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