The 61-year-old is set to leave the Bianconeri at the end of the month after he was not named as part of the club’s new board of directors on Monday.
Marotta is joined by chief financial officer Aldo Mazzia, as the duo have been forced out while Juventus undergo a restructuring of their hierarchy.
While reports had indicated Marotta would run to be the new FIGC president, SportMediaset reports he is being tracked by several clubs.
The favourites to land his signature are Inter, with the Italian news outlet stating they lead the way with a 40 percent chance. They are followed by the FIGC – which stand at 25 percent.
After that comes Roma, Napoli and AC Milan at 15, 10 and 5 percent respectively, while a move abroad stands at a 5 percent chance.
Marotta joined Juventus from Sampdoria in May 2010.