According to an update from Italy, Moise Kean’s agent Mino Raiola is looking to secure a move to send his client back to Serie A this summer.
In the report by La Nazione (via Inside Futbol), Raiola is actively looking for a return to Italy for Kean, less than 12 months after leaving his home country to sign for the Blues. The striker joined Everton from Juventus in 2019 for £25.1 million, penning a five-year deal with the Merseyside outfit (via BBC Sport).
The 20-year-old’s recent breach of lockdown rules resulted in the club fining him for his behaviour, but no solid talks of Everton wanting to cash in have been heard. However, Roma are reportedly keen on signing the Italian forward, with other Serie A teams also interested in his services.
Everton fans are not best pleased with the idea of Kean moving on so soon. One supporter has described the attacker as ‘immense’, whilst others predict he has a ‘cracking future ahead’ and ‘will be a class act’.
I like the kid . I think he will be a class act. I certainly wouldn't want to mark him around the penalty box
— Mutley (@nooouch) May 4, 2020
Got to keep him.. See how he ends up… Might have a cracking future ahead of him.
— Matt Campbell (@mattycampbell44) May 4, 2020
He’s barely played and we won’t sell a player after moving mountains last year just to get him. What would we gain by selling him? Tell me that? We need young, promising talent to push us forward and he’s has it.
— Penn State are Cotton Bowl Champs! (@IamBradMinoski) May 4, 2020
He was excellent against Newcastle in the game we somehow managed to throw away! Although we didn’t see it enough, that game showed the quality he has! No way give up on him yet.
— herewego (@gkbefc) May 4, 2020
Playing brilliantly against Newcastle, work rate was immense. Hope to see more like that.
— Kieran Morgan (@Morgolid) May 4, 2020
Why would a club with ambition even consider letting him go?
— A9Blue (@A9blue) May 4, 2020
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