Strikers deemed surplus to requirements following big-name arrivals this summer.
Juventus pair Fabio Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri have both been linked with a move to England this summer as the Bianconeri try to clear out the squad.
Coach Antonio Conte has overseen an impressive summer transfer window thus far, with the club bringing in both Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente ahead of the new season.
As a result, it is understood that they will now look to reduce squad numbers given that Conte currently has seven options in attack, and is likely to hand the new signings starting berths particularly in Europe.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the two that are set to be sold are Quagliarella and Matri, with Norwich linked with the former while Liverpool are said to be interested in the latter.
Quagliarella is believed to be interested in a move to England, but according to the pink paper he is unconvinced by Norwich. Following a meeting with his representatives, it is understood that both Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion are also monitoring his situation.
In contrast, Matri is said to want to stay in Italy should he leave the Turin giants, but with little interest in the striker he may be forced to reconsider his options if he wishes to find guarantees of first-team football.
Liverpool have been credited with an interest, but their move will depend on the outcome of Luis Suarez’s decision this summer. AC Milan were said to be keen on the idea of signing the Italian international, but given their options in attack it is unlikely that they will make any enquiries.