Everton are reportedly considering a move for former Liverpool midfielder Emre Can. Initial reports emerged in Italy suggesting that Everton could be keen on the former Anfield star.
The Mirror have since reported that Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti wanted the German international at Napoli and is keen on bringing him to Goodison Park.
A £30 million transfer fee has been mentioned and Everton fans would undoubtedly welcome a new central midfield player, even if he is a former Red.
His arrival could also be very beneficial for a player who has struggled since arriving at Goodison Park.
Moise Kean switched Turin for Merseyside in the summer for a fee reported (Independent) to be in the region of £27.5 million.
It looked a brilliant piece of business for Everton, with Kean considered one of the best young strikers in Europe. However, he has struggled at Goodison. The Italian international is still waiting to score his first goal for the club and also had some disciplinary issues under ex-boss Marco Silva.
But Kean and Can were known to be close at Juventus, with the German taking the teenager under his wing and being a huge supporter of the youngster.
Can could be a welcome familiar face for Kean and might just help the youngster feel comfortable and finally find his best form.
It would be an added bonus to the already obvious benefits that Can would bring to Goodison should Everton snap up the midfield dynamo.