£25 million Everton player could go to Atletico Madrid after poor season

Everton striker Moise Kean (Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Everton striker Moise Kean (Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images) /

The confusing case of Moise Kean seems to be further complicated as Juventus finds different routes to offload the Italian. The Bianconeri brought Kean on a two year loan from Everton with the obligation to make the move permanent for €28 million after two years. However, it seems that Juventus no longer see Kean as a player fit for the side and want to part ways with the 22 year old.

Juventus aimed to renegotiate a deal with Everton for Kean but it seems that the only way the Old Lady can offload Kean is to first redeem him from the Toffees and then put him on the market. Previously, PSG and English clubs have been linked with the 22 year old striker.

Max Allegri does not count on Kean to provide backup to Dusan Vlahovic and instead sees a more competent option in Giacomo Raspadori of Sassuolo. However, before the Italian giants make a move for the 22 year old Sassuolo forward, they want to offload Kean.

Juventus are looking to sign Kean one year in advance, and they will sell him immediately this season. Before signing Kean permanently, Juventus are trying to finalize the exit route for the 22 year old forward.

Juventus could offer Everton striker Moise Kean to Atletico Madrid

Juve are simultaneously also working on the Alvaro Morata deal. Morata is also on loan from Atletico Madrid, and Bianconeri will have to pay €35 million to make the move permanent. The Old Lady have already paid €20 million for the two year loan and are unwilling to further spend €35 million.

Juventus chief Federico Cherubini will jet to Spain and meet the officials of Atletico Madrid to discuss the deal of Morata. The Italians are willing to only offer €15 million plus bonuses but the Los Colchoneros are likely to turn down such a low offer as Morata remains a target for Newcastle United and other clubs in England.

According to Tutto Mercato Web, Juventus could end up offering Kean in an exchange deal for Morata where Juve would send cash and Kean to Madrid and Morata would remain in Turin permanently. For that to happen, the 22 year old will first have to be redeemed permanently from Everton.

Juventus are manoeuvring a very complex operation and things could go horribly wrong if the entire operation is not carried out with precision. Juventus will first have to agree a deal in principle from a club that will buy Kean and then activate the buy clause in the Kean deal. Everton on the other hand is likely to receive a cash boost of €28 million sooner rather than later.

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