The tender subject of Moise Kean’s future at Everton has taken another turn in a recent update.
According to a report from Gazzetta dello Sport (via Sport Witness), a summer move for the forward could be even more likely after comments on his relationship with the Merseyside outfit have surfaced.
Before English football was halted, Kean had managed to score just one goal in 26 games across all competitions for Everton (via Transfermarkt). During the hiatus, the Italian broke UK government lockdown rules which has since created an uncertain atmosphere surrounding his future.
Should Everton keep or sell Moise Kean?
A recent Calciomercato report (via Roma Press) stated that his agent Mino Raiola is trying to secure a loan deal with Roma as a way of sourcing a move back to the 20-year-old’s home country this summer.
No loan or permanent deal has been finalised with the Italian outfit and, as it stands, Kean will remain an Everton player this summer. However, he may receive the Oumar Niasse treatment – the Senegal forward was pilloried after rejecting loan offers from Championship clubs in January as he didn’t want to drop down a division despite playing only 19 minutes all season – after it was reported that the ‘climate’ between Kean and the Toffees is ‘totally broken’.
Whether the Blues sell up or not this summer, it seems likely that Kean will be ousted from the first team. If an offer comes in, Carlo Ancelotti may take it and bank some funds for the summer window, but if not, the forward could be left to gather dust in the reserves.
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