Massimiliano Allegri was reportedly involved in an argument with six of his Juventus players at the weekend.
Allegri has endured a disappointing start to his second spell in Turin with Juventus collecting just 15 points from their opening 11 games in Serie A.
Their latest defeat came at Hellas Verona, the 2-1 reverse leaving Allegri’s side down in ninth position and 16 points adrift of leaders Napoli.
According to Football Italia, frustration came to a head after the full-time whistle with Allegri unhappy with his midfield and forward line.
The report claims that a heated row ensued with Adrien Rabiot, Dejan Kulusevski, Rodrigo Bentancur, Alvaro Morata, Moise Kean and Arthur.
Juve had also lost to Sassuolo earlier in the week, the Italian giants now without a win in three domestic games ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League fixture with Zenit St Petersburg.