Juventus plan to ‘complete a deal’ with Everton this summer for Moise Kean and sign him permanently a year earlier than expected.

That’s according to Il Bianconero, who say his departure ‘now seems a certain thing’ after weeks of speculation about a potential move from the Italians.

Kean is currently on loan with the Italian side, who he rejoined in the summer after a miserable spell at Everton.

He returned on a two-year loan deal that includes a compulsory purchase option at the end of it if certain criteria are met.

Juventus have been considering entering negotiations with Everton to pay that clause a year early, though, so they can then sell Kean on and spend their money elsewhere.

Il Bianconero now pick up on that and say the striker’s future is ‘far from Turin’ as he has convinced neither the fans nor manager Max Allegri.

A departure ‘now seems certain’, but for that to happen, they will have to find an agreement with Everton over their current deal.

The current idea is to ‘complete the deal’ with Everton a year early and then sell Kean on, presumably to PSG, where he enjoyed a superb season on loan.

The French giants are ‘strongly interested’ in the Italian’s situation and would welcome him back to Paris if given the opportunity to do so.

There is also interest from West Ham, so Juventus seemingly have options to make a quick sale once they buy Kean permanently from Everton.

Everything is ‘still under consideration’ for the time being, but the sense is Juventus are keen to do an early deal with the Toffees and then move Kean on as quickly as they can.