Moise Kean would be a hugely exciting signing for Everton, should a deal be agreed.
Journalist Gianluca Di Marzia claims the Toffees have “contacted” Juventus about signing the highly-rated striker.
It is an audacious attempt from Everton, considering Kean’s talent and potential.
The Italy international is still just 19 years of age and is seen as a future leading striker for the Azzurri.
He scored seven goals in 17 appearances for Juve last season, helping them win yet another Serie A title.
The teenager has two goals already for Italy, having won just three caps for his country.
It seems highly unlikely that Everton will be able to sign Kean on a permanent deal, but a loan move should not be ruled out.
If they pulled it off, the youngster would add a huge amount of firepower next season, easing the goalscoring burden on Richarlison.
Kean’s agent, Mino Raiola, is rumoured to be close friends Farhad Moshiri, which could act as a bonus.
More attacking quality is required at Goodison Park next summer – Kean would be a superb addition.
5 of Everton's best Premier League strikers
Rooney is a legend of the English game and it all started for him at Everton.
That stunning goal against Arsenal will never be forgotten, and while the majority of his career was spent at Manchester United, he still showed his class over two spells at Goodison Park.
Lukaku may not have always been universally popular, but his goalscoring record speaks for itself.
Eighty-seven goals in 166 Everton appearances is a superb effort.
One of the most gifted strikers Everton have had in their ranks, Saha was a born finisher.
Injury problems curtailed his progress, but he still scored 35 goals for the Toffees.
A popular figure during the 2000s, Yakubu was a real handful on his day.
He spent four years at Goodison between 2007 and 2011, netting 25 times in the Premier League.
Johnson only spent two years at Everton, but he impressed during that time.
Twenty-two goals made him a potent figure and he scored in a Merseyside derby win over Liverpool, instantly adding to his popularity.