The Italian champions are looking into signing Lukaku.
In one of the biggest surprises of transfer deadline day, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho allowed striker Romelu Lukaku to leave the club on-loan for Everton.
This decision was something of a shock as the 50-year-old had promised Lukaku would get playing time with the Blues this season.
Since arriving at Goodison Park the Belgium international has already made an impact, netting three Premier League goals for the Toffees.
This goal-scoring instinct has lead Serie A champions Juventus to take note of the 20-year-old and the club are considering making a move for the forward.
Lukaku is believed to have become somewhat disillusioned with life at Stamford Bridge having been shipped out on-loan three times now following an £18m transfer from Anderlecht in 2011.
Juve meanwhile are building a reputation for giving younger players a chance and French midfielder Paul Pogba enjoyed great success in Turin after deciding to leave Manchester United.
Another factor that could play a part is that the Belgian has switched agents recently to Italian maverick Mino Raiola – who also represents Pogba.
Raiola has a reputation of driving through difficult deals with top clubs in Italy and Lukaku would only have to look to the success of the Frenchman for inspiration.
The attacker is contracted on Merseyside until the end of the 2013/14 season, but La Bianconeri may decide to make their move next summer.
Mourinho though would be an unpopular figure if this were to happen as Lukaku is considered to be one of the most exciting prospects at the west London club, after scoring 17 league goals last term with West Bromwich Albion.
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