Moise Kean to Juventus continues to be reported on in the Italian sport media. The assumption there is that he hasn’t settled well in English football and would be keen on a move back to Turin.

Maino Raiola was last week quizzed on the potential transfer, but refused comment. The agent, who was at Inter Milan’s headquarters, said it wouldn’t be appropriate to speak about Juventus business there.

Corriere Torino report that later in the week he visited Juve’s offices and Kean was on the agenda. The Serie A club very much want him back, but Everton aren’t budging in negotiations, so a solution needs to be found.

With Juve wanting a loan with a purchase option, the Toffees have dismissed this, but it’s stated they will consider a loan with purchase obligation, meaning the move would have to be made permanent whatever happens.

A potential swap deal was floated with Aaron Ramsey being used to finance part of the move, but it’s stated his high wages have made a switch to Everton unlikely. On top of that, he’s not a player Carlo Ancelotti needs right now.