Dejan Kulusevski struggles to enjoy regular game time at Juventus, and that’s seen him linked with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

Everton have now become the latest club to join the race for the attacking midfielder.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, it is difficult for the Serie A side to make cash through sales in the winter market and therefore, they are open to letting the 21-year-old go out on loan this month.

The Turin club can raise money even without a sale and allowing the Sweden international to join another club on a temporary deal can help them achieve it.

After being restricted to only five league starts and with him not being relied upon by Massimiliano Allegri, the outlet suggests it’s best for the player to move elsewhere in January rather than waiting until next summer to assess the situation.

With Juve opening the door for the winger to go out on loan, the report states the Toffees have ‘come forward’ to sign him in ‘recent days’. However, ‘they don’t have the yes of the player’ because Kulusevski has ‘already turned down Everton’.

Unless the Merseyside club convince Kulusevski to join them on a temporary deal until the end of the season, there won’t be any progress in this operation.