Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport understands that Juventus officials are still undecided on the future of star player Andrea Pirlo.
The iconic midfielder has less than a year left on his deal in Turin, but he has yet to be offered a contract extension.
According to Tuttosport, all contract talks have been shelved until the end of 2013, when Juventus will reach a decision on their star player.
Andrea Pirlo has been a key member of the side that won back to back Serie A titles after arriving on a free transfer from AC Milan, but club chiefs are not sure whether the Italy international can play at the highest level for much longer.
The 34-year-old hinted back in August that he would leave Juventus if he did not feel an important part of the team.
Andrea Pirlo has made no less than 71 Serie A appearances for the Bianconeri, managing 8 goals and no less than 20 assists for his teammates.