Mauro Camoranesi's agent has confirmed he expects the midfielder to leave Juventus in the summer.
The 33-year-old World Cup winner has spent eight years at the Stadio Olimpico but the Turin giants are set for a major clear-out.
Camoranesi's agent Sergio Fortunato believes his client will be among those to leave, but he insists it must be to a suitable club or the Italian international will honour his contract, which does not expire until 2011.
Fortunato told calciomercato.it: "The cycle at Juventus is finished.
"At the end of the season, I will meet (Juventus sporting director) Alessio Secco and we will try and reach an agreement to find an arrangement that will suit Mauro.
"For now, we are not speaking about teams. I will begin to move in the next 10 days when the season more or less finishes everywhere in Europe to see if there is a solution for the good of Juventus and Mauro.
"We are talking about a player who will play at the World Cup. It's obvious that it will take a good team (to persuade him to leave), otherwise we will honour the contract with the Bianconeri."