The transfer rumour mill is very cruel at times, and all there needs is for a tidbit of bad press to appear regarding a player and he’s already off somewhere else in the next window.
Unfortunately for Moise Kean at Everton, that’s exactly what’s happened after it was announced he had been fined and left out of the squad to face Southampton because he turned up late for a team meeting.
That, and a mixed start to the season, has led to Calciomercato.it speculating he could end up returning to Italy in the January transfer window.
Of course, they provide no concrete information to back this up, but explain that because teams like Sampdoria and Bologna are keen to make an ‘important coup’ on the market to bolster their attack for the second half of the season, they could try and bring the Everton player in on loan.
That’s it, yet they plaster the article with a big picture of Kean and ‘Returns to Serie A’ at the top, making you believe there’s more to it than there is.
There isn’t, and it very much feels like a case of taking two plus two and coming out with an answer between five and about 23.
Italian Serie A giants AS Roma are interested in singing English Premier League outfit Everton’s newly-signer striker Moise Kean, as per Il Messaggero cited by Calciomercato.com.
The 19-year-old is struggling to adjust to life in the Premier League after moving from Serie A giants Juventus in the summer for a reported fee of €27.50 million.
It is believed that after having a slow start, Kean himself does not want to stay in England and is ready to return to Italy where he can play more regular football.
As per the latest report, the Rome-based club are interested in the Italy international who ticks a lot of boxes which the hierarchy of the club have in order to sign a striker—first of which is that the ideal candidate should not be over the age of 27.
The report further stated that Kean’s agent Mino Raiola has an excellent relationship with the Roma’s hierarchy and he will facilitate the deal either in January or in the summer.
It is believed that Everton will let go the striker for a transfer fee in the region of €30 million.