Italian newspaper Tuttosport brings a story today analysing the possibilities that Juventus would have in case Cristiano Ronaldo decides to leave the club in the summer.

With the likes of Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain being pointed out as the clubs who could afford him, potential swaps for Paul Pogba and Mauro Icardi are mentioned.

However, Tuttosport wants to show there are other players who could take Ronaldo’s place at the Old Lady. And to nobody’s surprise, Everton’s Moise Keane is named in the story.

The striker’s return to the Italian giants has been pushed for a long time now, even before his loan to PSG, and the local media probably won’t rest until he’s back in Turin.

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Tuttosport points out that Kean will return to Everton as things stand, and that’s when Juventus would have the chance to sign him.

The newspaper sounds confident Kean would feel attracted by a comeback to the club. They say ‘A return home as a protagonist would intrigue Kean a lot and would be in perfect line with the youth plan’.

Loaned by the Toffees to PSG until the end of the season, the striker has 15 goals in 27 appearances so far.

There’s no clear sign Juventus would try to sign him, as it depends on several factors, including the future of Cristiano Ronaldo. But it remains clear that the Italian media would love to have Kean back in Turin.