Former Leeds and Tottenham goalkeeper Paul Robinson has slammed Everton forward Moise Kean after he decided to move on loan to Paris Saint-Germain for the rest of the season.
Indeed, the 2019/20 Champions League finalists reportedly hold an option to buy the Italy international at the end of this campaign should he make a good impression at the Parc des Princes.
Speaking to Football Insider about Kean’s loan move to Paris Saint Germain, Robinson said:
“I was disappointed with that one because even up until the end of last season I held out hopes for him.
“I saw bits of him at Juve and I thought he was a decent striker and I really thought he could have done something in the Premier League.
“But his attitude and application clearly weren’t there.”
Kean did well at Juventus
Indeed, as Robinson has hinted, Kean enjoyed a rather impressive 2018/19 term while playing for Juventus, scoring seven goals in 17 games in all competitions as a teenager for the Old Lady, according to Transfermarkt.
This prompted the Merseyside club to pay a sizeable £24.75m to sign the 20-year-old off the back of his promise, but it just has not quite worked out for Kean at Goodison Park.
Moise Kean’s Everton struggles
The striker has only managed to score four goals and provide two assists in 37 games in all competitions for the Blues, as per Transfermarkt.
Does Kean have a future at Everton?
With the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison as options up front for Carlo Ancelotti at the moment, Kean has fallen down the pecking order, and perhaps a loan move to PSG may not be a bad idea after all.
Kean needs to perform now
Kean certainly needs to perform in France if he is to be part of Ancelotti’s plans come next season, and he will surely have to show the right attitude and application that Robinson questioned when he made the move to the Ligue 1 champions.
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