Former Premier League star Carlton Palmer believes that Moise Kean to Juventus could work out well.
Sky Sports have reported that Juventus are close to re-signing the striker on a two-year loan deal with a commitment to sign the striker for £17m.
Kean returned from his loan spell and has featured twice for Everton this season as he came off the bench against Leeds United in the Premier League, and then started the Toffees’ Carabao Cup match against Huddersfield Town.
As it looks like a move back to Juventus is on the cards for Kean, Palmer believes the move could work out well, telling Transfer Tavern: “Well, sometimes you go to a club, it doesn’t always work out. For whatever reason, it just doesn’t work out, these things happen, it doesn’t mean you’re not a good player, it doesn’t mean that you can’t go to another club and be successful.
“Just sometimes when you go to a club, it just doesn’t work out and for him, it’s just not worked out, so it’s time to move on and maybe it will work out for him at Juventus, he’s a good player.”
After a successful loan spell at Paris Saint-Germain where he got game time last season and scored plenty of goals, Kean will be hoping that he can replicate his form on his return to Italy and help Juventus lift some silverware.
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