Juventus 'could offer Moise Kean an escape route from Everton'
Juventus could offer Everton’s £25m striker Moise Kean an escape route from his Premier League nightmare ‘with Italian giants plotting loan move to re-sign him’
- Italy striker Moise Kean arrived at Everton from Juventus in £25m deal last year
- But 20-year-old struggled to make much of an impression in the Premier League
- He started just six league fixtures and scored twice during his first season
- Now reports suggest former club Juventus want to bring him back to Italy
- Juve want a loan deal without an obligation to buy but Everton happy to sell
Juventus ‘want to bring Moise Kean back to the club’ after the striker endured a difficult first season at Everton.
The 20-year-old signed for the Toffees last summer in a £25million deal but struggled to make an impact.
Italy international Kean started just six Premier League matches and scored only two goals.
Juventus ‘want to bring Moise Kean back from Everton’ after the striker struggled in England
Kean scored a penalty in Everton’s 3-0 Carabao Cup win over Salford City in midweek
He was on target from the penalty spot, however, as Everton beat League Two side Salford City in the Carabao Cup last week.
The low point was reached when interim manager Duncan Ferguson substituted him just 19 minutes after bringing him on against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
However, according to goal.com, former club Juventus want to offer Kean an escape route and get his career back on track.
They report that the Italian champions wish to sign Kean on loan without an obligation to buy.
Everton though would like to include such an obligation in any deal or sell the striker outright.
Kean’s first season in the Premier League was a disappointment as he started just six games
The Italy international signed just over a year ago but could be on his way back to Italy
Kean was one of Europe’s most exciting talents at Juve but has gone off the boil since leaving
It was at Juventus that Kean developed into one of the most exciting young players in European football.
He broke through during the second half of the 2018-19 season, scoring six Serie A goals in six matches.
That made Everton’s purchase of him last summer look like a genuine coup but the striker has struggled on Merseyside.
Back in November, Kean’s father admitted the Everton move was a ‘mistake’ and blamed the player’s agent Mino Raiola and his own ex-wife.
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