Moise Kean’s future has been speculated about all season despite him being in his debut campaign at Everton, but Sport Witness believe agent Mino Raiola is ‘pushing hard’ to get the 19-year-old out of Goodison Park.
Kean has struggled for form and playing time since joining from Juventus over the summer, making just one assist in 13 appearances. The Italian international has failed to get off the mark in 11 Premier League outings and has hardly featured in recent weeks.
With his time on Merseyside being so far unsuccessful, reports from Italy have been suggesting that a return to Serie A may be on the cards. AS Roma and Bologna have been linked with Kean, but it’s hard to see Everton budging without having a replacement lined up.
Should we sell Kean in January?
Yes, he can be replaced
No, loan him out
No, trust Silva's plans
No, he should be playing
The Toffees have Kean, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Cenk Tosun and Richarlison at their disposal while Oumar Niasse sits in the reserves. With Kean being so young and having five years left on his deal at Goodison Park, selling him this early won’t have been genuinely considered.
Raiola may be pushing for his client to leave due to Euro 2020 next summer. Italy qualified for the tournament, but Kean hasn’t represented the Azzurri since March. and isn’t close to a recall while he’s on the periphery at Everton.