Brazilian goalkeeper Norberto Murara Neto signed for Juventus from Fiorentina at the start of the season on a free transfer, despite knowing he'd rarely get to play.
The 26-year-old managed 8 appearances for the Serie A giants in all competitions this season, which is a dent to his national team hopes, especially with some young Brazilian goalkeepers on their way through.
According to Italian website Calciomercato, Neto now wants to leave, and Juventus don't mind that either, but any club interested in taking him on loan would have to pay his wages of €2.2m a year, or he can leave permanently for €10m.
The player was linked with a move to Liverpool before he signed for Juventus, and it now appears he could sign for their local rivals Everton.
Neto wants to play in the Champions League, something Everton can't offer, but they can offer a lot of money, and Calciomercato claim they've already contacted Juventus and the player's representatives.
Besiktas are also said to be interested in Neto, but that shouldn't worry Everton much, and you'd think they should be considered favourites.