Iturbe and Jorginho amongst those expected to leave.
Hellas Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini has conceded that the club will likely sell its top young stars at the end of the season despite their impressive start to the campaign.
The newly-promoted outfit secured a 3-2 win over Parma on Sunday, with the three points taking them up to fourth place in Serie A.
However, while they are currently enjoying the services of some of the brightest talents in Italy, Mandorlini recognises that it will be difficult for the club to hold on to their top names when the big clubs arrive.
“I know, only too well, that it will be hard to keep the likes of Jorginho and Iturbe,” the Coach told Radio Anch’io Lo Sport according to Football Italia.
“However, behind them we are already allowing others to grow and mature.
“We are making use of those youngsters who, for the time being, are given little space but who will have an important future for this club.”
It has been speculated that both Arsenal and Chelsea sent scouts to watch Jorginho on Sunday, with the 21-year-old scoring two penalties in the victory.
Brazilian-born but potentially set to play for the Italian national team, the starlet has progressed and developed well during his time in Verona, and as a result has also previously captured the attention of the likes of AC Milan.
While he will still be focused on helping his current employers reach their objectives this season, given his talent it is expected that he will move on when the opportunity arises, and Mandorlini believes that it could come as soon as next summer.