Everton April Loan Report: Nathan Broadhead sparkles, Ellis Simms reborn

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Everton, Moise Kean
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Everton have had a disappointing season in the Premier League yet their future looks promising with young prospects loaned out. The club has been in the news recently with massive financial losses and concerns over relegation but Everton’s loan deals look stronger than ever. Here’s a full report on the clubs top six players out on loans.

Everton Loan report

Moise Kean – Juventus

Moise Kean is a 22 year old Italian striker who was loaned to Juventus. The deal included an obligation to permanently transfer the young forward to Juventus for €28 million at the end of his loan (2023). Recent reports have indicated that Juventus is looking to back out of the Kean deal meaning the 22-year old is likely to return to Everton.

Kean, this month, has continued to evolve as a forward and appeared as a sub in all five matches this April. He has helped his team to three wins in the month of April which puts his club in a Champions League spot. Kean scored the go-ahead goal in the final minutes against Sassuolo after being subbed in for the final 25 minutes of play.

Kean could help a struggling Toffees attack next season. If the Italian finds his way back to Everton, he would likely replace Richarlison, should the Brazilian depart. The 22-year old is still a young player and could reach his full potential in the next few years.

Appearances: 5

Starts: 0

Goals: 1

Grade: B