By FOX Sports Staff
Marotta met with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez after a friendly match between Juve and Real's legends on Sunday and the Italian revealed that both parties spoke about the transfer market but there will be not action on Real's part until they find a new manager.
"We met with President Perez and it's obvious that we also talked about football at this lunch," confessed Marotta.
"It is all still to be defined, because Real have not yet clarified their coaching situation. Therefore any debate on players is postponed.
"The two clubs have an excellent rapport and they showed appreciation for some of our players. It is possible to see market strategies."
Marotta insists that Juve's top players will not be available for any part-exchange deals.
"We will not sell our best players, regardless of the fact they have impressed other clubs.
"As for Higuain, if we renew our consideration towards the player then it can be considered a step forward, but any other discussion has to wait until their situation is better defined.
"There will be the all-clear to negotiate only if Real consider it opportune to do so."