Italian media have reportedly reported that Juventus could sack Maurizio Sarri and replace him with Massimiliano Allegri, who still has a contract with the club.
The reigning champions gave up a minimal lead to lose 2-1 to Hellas Verona on Saturday, registering their third consecutive Serie A defeat to Lazio and Napoli.
This has allowed Inter to take off the Bianconeri from the top of the table.
Sarri was brought to the club to give a more attractive style of play to the already dominant Juve team, with executives hoping that this would serve them in the Champions League as well.
However, in addition to poorer results than Allegri, Sarri has shown minor signs of his playing style as well.
According to La Repubblica, a group within the club has called for Allegri to return, with President Andrea Agnelli himself not fully convinced by Sarri.
Allegri still has a contract with Juventus after being fired in June despite winning five Serie A titles in a row.