Juventus General Manager Giuseppe Marotta is very realistic about who the club can target in the summer transfer window.
While Juventus are big earners in Italy, they are still a club that must balance the books and ensure they are not overspending on transfers.
The club's pursuit to win the UEFA Champions League in the past few seasons has not been successful. Fans are hoping for a massive summer to rejuvenate the squad.
Two players the club will not be signing, per Marotta, are Paul Pogba and Alvaro Morata.
"If Pogba or Morata could return? I don't believe in riding a horse more than once, but there are exceptions," Marotta told Mediaset.
"They are two great professionals who left a great memory but the value they have now reached is not feasible for us.
"The [Gonzalo] Higuain transfer was incredible for us and it happened thanks to the sale of Pogba."