Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain has confirmed that he will be leaving the club this summer and admits a move to Juventus is "a possibility".
The Argentine striker has been strongly linked with a departure this summer, and he has now admitted that he will be leaving the club after six-years in the Spanish capital.
After scoring in the final game of the season with Osasuna, Higuain told the press following the match that he was leaving and confirmed that Italian champions Juventus could be his next destination.
"I am leaving Real Madrid, the decision has been made, I feel the time is right and I want a change of scenery," said Higuain.
"I have not decided where I will go, but the club already know that I want to go. It was my decision.
"It is hard, it was not easy but I want to go to another club, with new challenges."
Asked about Juve, he said: "Juventus? Yes, they are a possibility but I do not know."
Higuain is also reported to have a number of admirers in England.