Everton, Arsenal and Tottenham reportedly interested in out-of-favour Juventus winger

Dejan Kulusevski has struggled for regular action at the Old Lady this season.

<p>Dejan Kulusevski of Juventus. Picture: Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images</p>

Dejan Kulusevski of Juventus. Picture: Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images

Everton are reportedly interested in a move for Juventus winger Dejan Kulusevski.

But the Toffees will face competition from Arsenal and Tottenham should the Old Lady look to cash in.

Who is Dejan Kulusevski?

Kulusevski started his career at IF Brommapojkarna in his native Stockholm but has been in Italy since 2016.

He was purchased as a teenager by Atalanta before Juve purchased him for a supposed fee of up to €44 million in January 2020. That was in the middle of a loan spell at Parma where he registered 10 goals and nine assists in total that season

At Juventus, Kulusevski has scored eight games in 61 appearances.

The 21-year-old also a regular for Sweden, having bagged one goal in 20 caps and was part of their squad at Euro 2020.

What's been said

Kulusevski has been a bit-part player for Massimiliano Allegri's side this season.

Despite them sitting a disappointing fifth in Serie A, he's made only six starts.

Sky Sport Italia claim that Everton and Arsenal are both interested in signing the Stockholm-born forward if he is available.

Meanwhile, Tottenham have also been linked with a potential swoop.

Dejan Kulusevski in action for Sweden. Picture: ROBERT PERRY/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Will Dejan Kulusevski join Everton?

He'd certainly bolster Rafa Benitez's attacking options.

The Everton manager was keen on an additional winger in the summer after signing Demari Gray and Andros Townsend but was unable to get one over the line.

Gray, in particular, has made an outstanding impact since his arrival from Bayer Leverkusen for just £1.7 million.

Benitez will want additional quality in the wide areas, though. Alex Iwobi struggling for form and Anthony Gordon is still only 20 despite the impressive progress he's made.

However, Juventus could be reluctant to allow Kulusevski to depart given Covid cases are also spiking in Italy.

The Old Lady are fighting for a top-four spot in Serie A while they're still in the Champions League.

Therefore, they might want to retain as many players as possible for the second half of the season.