Club plans to buy £25m Everton man and sell him immediately

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Back in 2019, when Everton signed a young and a goal hungry striker in Moise Kean for £27 million, it was thought to be a wise investment which would prove to be a highway robbery in few years’ time had the cards been played right.

In his first season, regular playing time didn’t come by easily and even though he made 33 appearances for the club, he started just eight games in the entire season. Growing impatient, Kean decided to move out of Everton and move to PSG on a loan deal. That is when stars aligned in Kean’s favour who netted 17 goals for the Parisiens in 41 games.

His stock rose thanks to his spell in Paris and teams were once again circling around the Everton striker. Juventus managed to sign Kean on a two year loan with an obligation to buy for €28 million. Everton could pocket a total of €38 million through the entire deal, which would be a fair profit generated through the sale.

Within one year of Kean’s arrival at Juventus, the Old Lady are losing the trust in the 22 year old. Dusan Vlahovic remains an unprecedented starter but now Max Allegri is reconsidering Kean’s situation. The Italian striker has failed to tick the boxes and remains a player that Juve wants to part ways with.

Moise Kean will be redeemed from Everton and sold immediately

However, the complex deal structure with Everton does not allow the Italians to part ways with Kean. In order to offload Kean, the Bianconeri will first have redeem Kean permanently from the Toffees and then put him on the market. In actuality, Juventus were to sign Kean next summer after the two year loan period was over but the Bianconeri have been contemplating redeeming the 22 year old this summer.

According to Tutto Mercato Web, Juve will be obliged to pay €28 million for the former PSG man. However, they do not plan to keep him and instead put him immediately on the market. The striker is admired in the Premier League and should be sold by Juventus which will allow the Old Lady to bring Giacomo Raspadori from Sassuolo.

It is almost certain that Kean in no case will return to Goodison Park. Everton are focused on improving the squad and in case Dominic Calvert-Lewin or Richarlison leave the club, the Toffees will be inclined to bring another forward in the market instead of considering Kean.

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