Earlier on Tuesday we covered a claim from Italy that Everton and West Ham are both interested in signing Stefano Sturaro from Juventus. The story came from Turin newspaper Tuttosport, so was giving the Italian side of the story.

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is said to be against the idea of selling Sturaro, but if a good enough offer arrived from Everton, West Ham, or anyone else, a sale would be considered during the summer window.

According to France’s FootMercato, Sturaro isn’t the only Juventus player interesting both clubs. On Tuesday evening it’s claimed Everton and West Ham are also keen on Mario Lemina.

The Premier League clubs join Bayer Leverkusen and Sevilla in their interest, and FootMercato say an offer from Galatasaray has already been refused for the highly rated 23 year old.

Tuttosport had also mentioned English interest in Lemina, but from Watford and Arsenal instead of Everton and West Ham. Whichever club wants to get Lemina will have a battle convincing Juventus.

Sturaro may be easier.