Everton threw away two vital points as Crystal Palace managed a late goal to draw the game. In other news, Juventus and PSG are still battling over Moise Kean. Don’t know about Everton’s battle for Champions League football but this Kean battle will surely go down to the wire.
A new day and we are fed with new information regarding the Italian striker’s transfer saga. Constant reports from Italy emerging keep the chase for the 21-year-old upbeat as Juventus remodel their team after shortcomings and inadequacies of challenging for the Champions League and the Scudetto this season. Inter Milan seems to be running away with the Serie A, on the path to dethrone the Bianconeri as the champions of Italy.
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With Cristiano Ronaldo and a bunch of exciting individuals, Juventus is a force that should be competing and winning but the average squad is now exposed. The Old Lady will go in the summer transfer window with Andrea Pirlo at the helm and engineer a major rebuild. The likes of Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey will be offloaded whereas the futures of Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala also remain uncertain.
Kean was sold to Everton for economic reasons in 2019 for €27.5 million plus €2.5 million. The Bianconeri now dream of his return to Turin, a fitting story for the player who was bred and brought up in the Juventus academy. Despite PSG’s upper hand, Juve refuses to give up.
Juventus in contact with the agent of Everton striker Moise Kean
According to Le10 Sport who quote Calciomercato.it, Juventus are working behind the scenes with super-agent Mino Raiola on the profile of Kean. Kean’s agent, Raiola, has healthy relations with Juventus which makes the Italian side hopeful that some arrangement can be made.
However, at the moment, the 21-year-old is experiencing one of the best campaigns of his football career and is delighted to wear the PSG jersey. PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino includes him in the first-team plans and Sporting director Leonardo wants to keep him beyond this season. Kean’s current preference remains PSG but things can change in no time in football.
Everton have minimal chances of keeping Kean and for the time being, can sit back and enjoy the battle that unfolds between PSG and Juventus for Kean. The striker’s impressive numbers and development this season has inflated his price and Everton for sure can pocket a huge profit that will be further used for transfers.
Will Mino Raiola convince Moise Kean that a return to Juventus is best for his career?