Premier League club Everton are reportedly in advanced talks for Juventus striker Moise Kean.

The 19-year-old enjoyed a breakthrough season for the Bianconeri, scoring seven goals in 17 competitive appearances.

Sky Sport UK now report that talks are ongoing between Juventus and Everton as the Bianconeri are asking for £36m for the Italy international.

With no clarity over the future of Mario Mandzukic or Gonzalo Higuain, rumours linking Juve to Mauro Icardi and Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala vying for the forward roles, it seems ever more likely that Kean will leave the club.

Arsenal, Ajax, Borussia Dortmund, Fiorentina, Barcelona and Wolves have all expressed interest in the youngster but Everton seem to be in the strongest position to sign Kean this summer.

Despite Everton’s advanced position, Juve are reportedly asking for a buy-back clause to be inserted in any potential deal, allowing them an option on the player for a given period in the future.

Sky suggest that the Toffee’s are prepared to pay extra to by-pass the buyback clause, however the Bianconeri are not prepared to entertain the idea.