In November it was reported in Italy that Everton and West Ham were keen on Seko Fofana. The central midfielder has been impressing this season for Udinese in Serie and inevitably interest has been building.

Everton and West Ham were said to be scouting the 21 year old, and now they’ve been joined by Juventus. Calciomercato report that Fofana is one of a number of Udinese players interesting Juventus, and one of the more obvious options for the Turin club.

Udinese would be looking for something in the region of €10m from interested clubs, which wouldn’t be a problem for a problem for either Everton or West Ham.

Fofana had originally joined Udinese on loan from Manchester City, but that move was made into a permanent deal after the youngster impressed. The French midfielder never actually played for Manchester City, but has got some English experience, having been loaned out to Championship club Fulham.