New coach Didier Deschamps has underlined his determination to halt the exodus of talent after Juventus' demotion to Serie B was confirmed.
Deschamps faces a tough task as coach of Juventus
Italy's World Cup-winning skipper Fabio Cannavaro and French defender Lilian Thuram have already left in the wake of the match-fixing scandal.
But forwards Zlatan Ibrahimovic and David Trezeguet are tipped to stay.
Deschamps told French paper Le Parisien: "These two will stay and so will midfielder Mauro Camoranesi."
Cannavaro and Brazil midfielder Emerson signed for Real Madrid, while French World Cup winner Thuram went to European Champions Barcelona, along with Italian international Gianluca Zambrotta.
Trezeguet, Ibrahimovic and Czech midfielder Pavel Nedved have remained tight-lipped on their intentions, as has Alessandro del Piero.
Former Chelsea midfielder Deschamps described the decision to confirm Juve's demotion following their implication in a match-fixing scandal as "incomprehensible".
"It's a big disappointment for me as well as the club's owners and rulers," he added.
Deschamps was appointed earlier this month to replace Fabio Capello, who left to coach Real Madrid.
The new Juve coach has already said there will be no major signings for the club's campaign in Italian football's second tier.