Friday involved a reunion that involved a player leaving Juventus for a former club.

Just a few hours later and as noon passes in Italy, it looks as though we’ve got another return to talk about — but this time it involves a former golden boy coming back to Turin.

According to reports from Sky Sport Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio and Romeo Agresti of Goal Italia, Juventus and Everton have agreed to a deal that will see Moise Kean. The young Italian striker, who left Juventus in the summer of 2019, will return to Turin on a season-long loan deal with, according to reports, the option to buy that could turn into an obligation to buy if certain sporting achievements are met. A fee of around €20 million is what the price to make Kean’s loan deal permanent next summer, according to Sky Italia’s Fabrizio Romano after saying the deal has reached “here we go” status.