Italian outlet Calcio Mercato reports interest from Premier League clubs in Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie.
Even though the Old Lady have just completed his permanent arrival following a loan from Schalke 04, he’s one of the players who could leave Turin this summer.
The website writes that the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Everton are two of the clubs who could take him to England.
In Spurs’ case, it’s director Fabio Paratici who would lead the talks. He’s the official who was responsible for taking McKennie from Schalke to Juventus in first place, and as an admirer of the 22-year-old, he could sign him again for the London side.
The outlet doesn’t seem to know how much Tottenham would pay for the move, as they only say that with potential departures of Tanguy Ndombélé and Moussa Sissoko, they could invest in a new midfielder.
Regarding Everton, all Calcio Mercato says is that McKennie is ‘monitored’ by Rafa Benitez’s side, who are looking for a midfielder. Still, there’s no information on contacts from the Toffees yet.