Juventus have identified Everton’s Beto as one of their targets, according to Corriere dello Sport.

Dušan Vlahović’s future at the Serie A side beyond this season remains uncertain. Although there aren’t any ‘hot tracks’ just yet for his exit, Juve have started preparing.

It’s claimed they have identified the Everton striker, Bayer Leverkusen’s Victor Boniface, Lille’s Jonathan David and Atlético Madrid’s Álvaro Morata as targets.

The Spain international had two spells at the Turin club in the past and that makes him an easy option. However, it won’t be easy to secure his services and the same also applies to David, who is valued at around €60-70m.

This leaves the Old Lady with Beto and Boniface, and the duo could ‘warm up’ Juventus sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli’s ‘vision of football’.

With regards to Beto, who joined Everton in the last window, it’s said Giuntoli tried to sign him when he was at Napoli.

Corriere say the former Udinese man has been ‘on the fringes’ at Everton, because he has been reduced to a substitute’s role in the last five matches.

The report haven’t taken into account that Sean Dyche has relied upon Dominic Calvert-Lewin in recent fixtures, who has impressed, managing four goals and an assist from the last seven games.

Premier League clubs need multiple attacking options, and Beto’s situation at Everton is nothing unusual.