Italian giants Juventus could reportedly look to re-sign Everton’s Moise Kean in the summer of 2021, two seasons after they initially sold the Italian to the Toffees.
The Old Lady to make a new attempt in 2021
As per Italian outlet Calciomercato, the Bianconeri sporting director Fabio Paratici tried to sign Kean in the previous summer transfer window but since that attempt ended in failure, the Old Lady are considering a move for the Italian forward in the summer of 2021. Juve had initially sold Kean to the Toffees in the summer of 2019 due to budgetary issues, says the report.
Should Everton part ways with Kean?
It claims that a lot will depend on the wishes of the player and Everton’s asking price for him as Paris Saint-Germain don’t have the obligation to buy Kean in their loan agreement. Carlo Ancelotti is yet to rule out a return to Goodison Park in the 2021/22 season for Kean, but PSG are looking to keep the Italian at the Parc des Princes on a permanent basis too.
Red hot in Paris
At PSG this season, Kean has been in impressive form so far. In seven Ligue 1 appearances, he has already found the back of the net five times. In the UEFA Champions League, he has racked up a tally of two goals in five appearances so far (as per Transfermarkt).
This clearly shows that while Kean didn’t have an impressive first season at Everton, he still has the ability to score goals on a consistent basis, with manager Thomas Tuchel recently calling the forward “Fearless” and “courageous” as he continued to get his career back on track.
The Toffees need to realise that and offer him first-team football in the 2021/22 campaign. Going by his goalscoring tally this season, they wouldn’t want to miss out on having him play regularly and finding the back of the net on a consistent basis at Goodison Park.
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