Italian Serie A giants Juventus could lose two key players in the summer as they both continue to be linked with exits away from the club. Midfielder Aaron Ramsey and attacker Paulo Dybala have both been linked with transfer moves away from the Old Lady, and even though manager Andrea Pirlo Insists he would like to keep the duo, keeping them at the club beyond this summer may be beyond him.

Dybala reportedly almost joined Manchester United last summer but a deal fell through after the player declined the offer and chose to remain in Italy instead. Since then, however, he has still not been able to cement himself as a starter for the first team, causing rumors to continue to linger about him possibly sealing a move away from Juve.

Just this week, it was reported that Chelsea have joined the race to sign the Argentina international forward, but it remains to be seen whether he will choose to move to Stamford Bridge. Dybala's teammate Aaron Ramsey is another Juve player that has been linked with a move away from the club, and he has also been attracting interest from a number of clubs.

Ramsey's former club Arsenal have been linked with him, but it's no longer looking likely that the Wales International midfielder will be returning to the Emirates Stadium in the summer. He reportedly would prefer to finish his career at Juventus or seal a move to another club than return to the London club.

Either way, Andrea Pirlo will need to be at his convincing best in order to have the two stars commit their future to Juventus as they would like to keep hold of their best players in a bid to compete for major honors next season, such as the Serie A and Champions League titles.