Throughout this summer, the future of Moise Kean has been a regular talking point. The youngster is hot property after bursting onto the scene last season.

And with his contract expiring next summer, and no renewal in sight at present, there are plenty of clubs who are interested in his signature.

So far Juventus have been bouncing back and forth, unable to decide whether to sell Kean or keep him for next season.

Over the last week, it appeared they’ve decided on the former, with reports that Maurizio Sarri has decided he doesn’t need the youngster and will ‘dispose’ of him.

Everton and Arsenal are two sides keen on his signature, with Everton apparently turned away ‘many times’ already in the past few weeks.

Tuttosport cover potential exits from Juventus today and the subject of Kean is a topic again. They report that the young striker is the ‘most requested’ at the club and as a result they’ve put a big price on his head.

Sporting Director Fabio Paratici has set a €45/50m price tag for the 19-year-old if they are to sell him this summer. Everton and Arsenal are ‘doing their best’ but his agent, Mino Raiola, is ‘still not in the field’.

There’s no talk of whether either club would pay that, or what sort of clauses would be included, which is strange given it’s been widely reported that Juventus want a buy-back clause in any deal.

Moving to such a high asking price is potentially a tactic which would allow Juve to then reduce the fee on condition of the buy-back clause.

With Raiola yet to get to work on any move, and Juventus still looking to get rid of Gonzalo Higuain and Mario Mandzukic, it seems Kean’s future is unlikely to be sorted soon.