On Thursday, Juventus officially said goodbye to Alvaro Morata, Federico Bernardeschi, and Paulo Dybala.
The contracts for Dybala and Bernardeschi expired on Thursday, and they are now free agents. Atlético Madrid welcomes Morata back after his two-year loan to Juventus.
With 115 goals in 293 games while at Juventus for seven years, Dybala helped the Bianconeri win 12 trophies, including five Serie A championships.
The arch-rival of Juventus, Inter Milan, had been in talks with the 28-year-old Dybala, but a potential transfer may have been derailed by Romelu Lukaku's return to the Nerazzurri. According to reports, the Serie A winner AC Milan is also considering signing the Argentina international.
Bernardeschi moved to Juventus from Fiorentina in 2017 for 40 million euros (about $45 million at the time). He made close to 200 appearances, winning three Serie A championships as well as two Italian Cups and two Italian Super Cups.
The 28-year-old midfielder contributed to Italy's victory over England in the European Championship final after making the game-winning kick in the shootout.
At Juventus, Morata's second stint was less successful than his first. The Spanish forward spent two years with Juventus before Real Madrid activated its buy-back clause in 2016. During that time, he won two Serie A championships, and two Italian Cups, and assisted Juventus in reaching the 2015 Champions League final.