Gazzetta dello Sport today have a very confident article on Moise Kean leaving Everton and returning to Juventus this summer.
According to the Italian newspaper, the ‘prodigal son’ is ‘one step away’ from moving back to the Serie A club. The formula of a deal is yet to be agreed, and this is where the Turin club are likely to find problems.
One option is a two year loan with a compulsory purchase clause, allowing Juve to push paying a transfer fee into the distance. Another option is using a player Andrea Pirlo isn’t counting on for the coming season, such as Aaron Ramsey.
Gazzetta believe Kean is ‘very close’ to moving back to Turin, but their confidence may be misplaced at this stage. Even if they’re correct in saying Everton wouldn’t fight to keep the forward, neither of the options seem particularly attractive for the Toffees.
Everton striker Moise Kean is delighted with how his integration into Paris Saint-Germain, where he is on loan, is going, having struck up a good rapport with the players and the staff. The 20-year-old Italian joined French giants PSG on a season-long loan deal in the transfer window after struggling to make an impact at Premier League side Everton last term.
Kean scored his first goals for the Parisians in their 4-0 victory over Dijon in Ligue 1 at the weekend, netting his side’s first two goals. sked about his best position, Kean explained that he is ready to take on any role as he is focused on helping the team and scoring goals.
“ to score goals”, the Italian said.
“I am ready to play anywhere.
“On the left, on the right, in the middle, I give my everything for the team.”