Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri will not stand in the way of Paul Pogba if he wants to leave the club.
Pogba, 22, has been linked with top clubs across Europe with Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Premier League trio Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City all reported to be interested.
Juventus last week signed German midfielder on a free transfer from Real Madrid, while it seems Andrea Pirlo could now stay with the Italian double winners.
Pogba has been linked with a move costing anywhere up to £80million.
Real Madrid: Possible transfer arrivals and exits
Real Madrid: Possible transfer arrivals and exits
1/11 POSSIBLE ARRIVAL: David De Gea
The Manchester United goalkeeper is torn between his current club and a switch to Real Madrid. The Spanish side are understood to be increasingly confident he will join them.
2/11 POSSIBLE ARRIVAL: Raheem Sterling
The Liverpool forward wants to leave Anfield this summer in search of trophies and there are few better places to find them than at the Bernabeu. Reports suggest Liverpool and Real Madrid will discuss a possible £45m deal later this month. Any aggressive move by Benitez could sour his relationship with Liverpool fans.
3/11 POSSIBLE ARRIVAL: Paul Pogba
The most in-demand midfielder in Europe has helped take Juventus to the Champions League final, but if Real Madrid get their way, it could be the Frenchman's last game for the Italian giants. Real recently denied reports that they have already made a bid, but rumours continue.
4/11 POSSIBLE ARRIVAL: Radamel Falcao
The Colombian endured a terrible season at Manchester United, but his record prior to Old Trafford can't be ignored. With Javier Hernandez's loan coming to an end, Real Madrid need a new striker and Falcao has the necessary reputation and something to prove.
5/11 POSSIBLE ARRIVAL: Sergio Aguero
Real Madrid's top target would be Aguero, but it is nearly impossible to conceive Manchester City selling him. The Argentina international only signed a five-year contract last summer.
6/11 POSSIBLE EXIT: Cristiano Ronaldo
It's suggested that Benitez could look to build his team around Gareth Bale, an approach that would put Ronaldo's nose out of joint and potentially have him seeking a new club. There wouldn't be any shortage of suitors, with Manchester United arguably the likeliest destination.
7/11 POSSIBLE EXIT: Gareth Bale
The Wales international endured a difficult second season at Real Madrid and has persistently been linked with a return to the Premier League. How Benitez rates the world's most expensive player will be key to determining if he has a future at the Bernabeu.
8/11 POSSIBLE EXIT: Isco
The Spanish playmaker was impressive at Real Madrid last season, but due to the wealth of talent at the club found himself played out of position or needing to make an impact from the bench. The player is reportedly frustrated at the situation and a new club could be the way forward. Manchester City reportedly keen.
9/11 POSSIBLE EXIT: Iker Casilla
If De Gea arrives, Casillas' position will become difficult. The long-time Real Madrid number one has indicated he will stay whatever and compete with De Gea if he has to. But Benitez might decide that constant sparring between the two is not worth the hassle and move Casillas on. Arsenal have always shown interest.
10/11 POSSIBLE EXIT: Karim Benzema
The France international seems to be linked with a departure from the Bernabeu every summer, and this one is no different. Over six years at the Bernabeu the 27-year-old has been a consistent goal-getter. Arsenal regularly linked.
11/11 POSSIBLE EXIT: Raphael Varane
The 22-year-old has become a regular at the back since breaking into the team he joined in 2011. Considered among the best defenders in Europe and with his career ahead of him, the Frenchman is in demand and could potentially be sold to finance other deals. Manchester United and Chelsea are the clubs most consistently linked.
"A Pogba transfer? Obviously it would be a decision made by the club and not by the technical team," Allegri said to Gazzetta dello Sport. "When you talk about certain figures, it's difficult to say no.
"But if Paul remains in Turin, he should do it with the right mentality and without having any regrets."
Pogba has been a big hit since arriving at Juve three years ago and is under contract with the Turin giants until June 2019.
Allegri, meanwhile, firmly believes that his club has uncovered a real gem in Spanish striker Alvaro Morata.
The player left Real Madrid in search of more playing time last summer and revealed himself this season to be one of the most dangerous strikers in European football.
"If we must sell him, I hope the club at least gets 70 to 80 million euros for him," Allegri said. "This is Morata's current value.
"I think we must focus on him and also on (Juventus forward Kingsley) Coman, another youngster with excellent skills, that needs a bit more time to reach his top level."
Morata scored twice against Real Madrid to knock his former club out of the Champions League semi-finals and also scored in his team's 3-1 defeat to Barcelona in the final of the European competition.
Real, who sold the 22-year-old to the the Italian giants last summer for 20million euro (£14.7million), have the option to buy him back for a set fee of 30million euro (£22.1million) this summer.
Allegri is also uncertain on whether he will have Carlos Tevez in his team for the 2015-16 campaign.
The Argentinian forward is under contract with Juve for another year but has been linked with former team Boca Juniors while Atletico Madrid are also keen to sign the 31-year-old during the summer transfer window.
"It's Tevez's choice," Allegri said. "But those who will stay must know that the work we will do next season will be even more intense than what we have done this campaign.
"I don't want players that stop and look at what we have achieved in the past.
"This club has enjoyed four exceptional seasons and there's no reason why we cannot repeat what we have done or even do better in the future, although it will be difficult."
Additional reporting by PA