Ever since arriving at Juventus on a free, Adrien Rabiot has been on his way out, at least in the transfer rumour mill.

The France international has never appeared to fully settle in Turin, with various managers struggling to get the best out of him over the years.

Andrea Pirlo has come the closest to emulating what Carlo Ancelotti achieved at Paris Saint-Germain, but that hasn’t been enough to dispel stories about a potential reunion with his former mentor at Everton.

We’ve seen a lot and covered a few, and Gazzetta dello Sport’s Tuesday edition brings it all back to the fore with a big article explaining how Juventus could get around €50m for both Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey this summer.

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The former is the more expensive of the two, mostly due to his age, with a fee of around €30m predicted to be his market value come the summer.

While he has rekindled some of his form under his current manager, Gazzetta explain that his future ‘will depend on the occasions that arise’.

Basically, ‘in case of tempting offers in the summer, both midfielders can say goodbye to the team’, before warning to ‘watch out for Ancelotti’s Everton, with whom the Juventus management could strike up a negotiation to bring Moise Kean back to Continassa’.

Other clubs are also keeping an eye, such as Marseille in France, but it’s fair to say the Toffees could have the upper hand here, what with them having the manager whom Rabiot has excelled under in the past.

Either way, this is certainly one to keep an eye on in the coming months, because it’s one of the few stories circulating these days that actually make sense.