Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, advised former team-mate Moise Kean to follow his dreams, after the teenage star decided to leave for Everton earlier this month.
Kean, 19, announced himself last season as he scored six goals across 13 league appearances for the Serie A champions.
Eager for more game time this campaign, the Italian striker opted to join the Toffees in a deal worth €27.5million.
Kean has now revealed how his Juve teammates, including Ronaldo, helped him make his decision.
"I like the Premier League and I followed it a lot. I also spoke to my companions at Juventus.
"I spoke to Cristiano....he told me to follow my dreams and work hard.
"I like Everton. This is the reason I came here. I recognise myself in this team. Everton are looking ahead to the future and so am I," Kean said according to Goal.