Despite having signed Dusan Vlahovic in January, Juventus aren’t done in their attempts to improve their attack.

Part of the reason is because of the futures of Alvaro Morata and Everton’s Moise Kean, who are both on loan and who the Serie A side would like to get rid of if possible.

The latter is a well-known issue, although we’ve made it clear time and time again that the Toffees have little incentive to welcome back the forward, since they are guaranteed €7m from the two-year deal at the very least even if he doesn’t play.

However, there is another player at Everton being looked at by Juventus, and that’s Richarlison.

This comes from La Repubblica, who claim the Brazilian is an alternative to Giacomo Raspadori, who appears to be Max Allegri’s favourite for the role.

If Sassuolo prove too difficult to negotiate with, then Juventus are ‘evaluating other profiles’, with Nicolo Zaniolo, Antony and the Everton star named.

Normally, we would say that Richarlison would be too expensive for the Serie A side, but with the Toffees in a very precarious position in the Premier League after their 3-2 loss to Burnley, relegation remains a real possibility.

If that were to happen, then the Brazilian would be sold in a heartbeat and perhaps at a lower price than first anticipated, which could help Juventus in their endeavour.