Juventus could offer Aaron Ramsey or Douglas Costa to Everton in an attempt to bring Moise Kean back to the club.
That’s according to TuttoJuve, who say the Serie A giants are weighing up a part-exchange if Everton will accept it.
Kean is currently on loan at Paris Saint Germain, having left Everton in the summer in search of regular playing time and the kickstart his career needed following a disappointing first season at Goodison Park.
He’s proved to be a sensation in the French capital, with 11 goals in 19 games in Ligue 1 and three goals in the Champions League as well.
PSG are keen to secure a permanent deal, but Leonardo has made it clear on more than one occasion that will be difficult given the price Everton are asking for their man.
They are not the only suitors, with former club Juventus also said to be waiting in the wings should PSG not manage to get a deal done.
TuttoJuve pick up on that today and explain that the Serie A giants are making ‘very careful assessments’ ahead of the summer transfer window, particularly if Cristiano Ronaldo decides to pack his bags.
While looking at big names, they are also looking elsewhere in the market, and one of the names being considered is Kean.
They ‘would like’ to bring him back to the club, but only if Everton would accept ‘technical counterparts’ as part of the deal.
In that regard, the two names they could offer up are Ramsey and Costa, who are both valued at €15m each and, alongside €25m, could help them arrive at Everton’s €40m valuation for Kean.
He would arrive at the club as third striker is Ronaldo remains, and Dybala is sold, but fourth should the Argentine stay, a situation the Everton man is more than happy to accept.
Much of it depends on his agent Mino Raiola, but if Juventus do move, Kean could become the ‘return horse’ to bet on.