Juventus looking for £36m & buy-back clause for Everton-linked Moise Kean – Sky

Kean & Juventus

Moise Kean moved from Torino’s youth system to Juventus in 2011.

Since making the switch to the Bianconeri, Kean has shown that he could be a top forward one day.

The Italian scored 29 in 36 appearances for Juventus’ under-17 side.

Kean has also enjoyed a spell out on loan at Hellas Verona, where he scored four in 20 appearances.

In total, Kean has featured 21 times for the Bianconeri’s first-team.

17 of those appearances came during the 2018/19 season, with the 19-year-old having netted seven and assisted one, a solid record considering Kean managed 90 minutes just three times in said games.


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BOLOGNA, ITALY – JUNE 16: Moise Kean of Italy U21 during the EURO U21 match between Italy v Spain at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara (Bologna) on June 16, 2019 in Bologna Italy (Photo by Danilo Di Giovanni/Soccrates/Getty Images)

Everton links

Despite his promise, Juve look as though they are willing to part with Moise Kean this summer.

According to Sky Sports News, Everton are in talks with the Serie A champions over the transfer of Kean.

As per Sky, Juventus are said to want £36m for the young striker, and also a buy-back clause.

However, Everton are also reportedly in the market for Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha.

It was reported on Sunday that Everton had bid £55m for Zaha’s services.

Given the fact that the Toffees aren’t the biggest club in the world, it would be hard to see them being able to afford both Kean and Zaha.

However, Marco Silva’s side could really do with at least one new striking option this window.

Currently, Cenk Tosun and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are the club’s only first-team out-and-out strikers.

DCL would manage just eight goals last campaign, while Tosun netted just four times.

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