Juventus' breakout star from last season, Moise Kean, is set to move to the Premier League with there being reports that the Italian club cannot guarantee him regular first-team football.
The team that is mainly interested in capturing the teenager's signature are Everton, who are currently looking for a new number nine with their previous strikers struggling for goals.
With Juventus having Cristiano Ronaldo, Gonzalo Higuain and Mario Mandzukic all in their team, according to several reports Maurizio Sarri is set to allow Moise Kean to leave in order to develop even further, as long as there is a buy-back clause in play.
Whilst there have been a large number of reports saying that Everton's deal with Juventus over Kean is practically done, the major component of the deal that still needs negotiating is the buy-back clause itself, signalling as to how Juventus clearly still value the Italian.
Kean had a remarkable end to the 2018/19 season, featuring in 13 Serie A matches, scoring six goals, all whilst scoring two goals in two matches in the Coppa Italia, along with scoring a goal on his national team debut.
The Premier League's transfer window is set to close on August 8, so Everton really need to step up their game if they want to get the youngster.