Fresh from completing the expensive capture of Matthijs de Ligt this summer, Juventus have now turned their attention to departures.

Juve have something of a big squad to deal with and given how expensive De Ligt was, coupled with the arrival of the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot, sales will be necessary.

One who could leave is youngster Moise Kean, with a potential exit from the club mooted for much of the summer.

The 19-year-old broke onto the scene last season and is highly regarded across Europe but with just a year left on his deal at the Serie A club, and no sign of a deal being agreed as yet, they may need to sell.

Everton are particularly keen and have been pushing to get a deal done for the best part of the last month and the last update suggested they were the only club to make a ‘concrete’ offer for him.

Calciomercato cover Kean’s future today and say that new Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri has decided to ‘deprive himself’ of Kean this summer.

That’s alerted Everton who are ‘ready to offer €35m’ but are now facing competition from Arsenal for the striker’s signature. They don’t offer more than that, particularly whether that’s a bid Juventus would accept.

It does fall in line with what has been suggested previously, although the lack of any suggestion about a buy-back clause is surprising given that’s something that’s been a part of all the rumours.

The suggestion that Sarri wants to be rid is new, though, and that development is the latest to suggest that a move is on the way for Kean and that Everton are at the front of the queue.