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Everton: Presenter reacts to latest Moise Kean claim

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Speaking on the latest Everton News Daily YouTube video from Toffee TV, discussed what the future may hold for Everton striker Moise Kean.

Fabrizio Romano has previously claimed that the Italian striker has been linked with a move back to Paris Saint-Germain, where he spent last season on loan, but the Parisian side were only willing to sign the 22-year old on another season- loan, with Everton only interested in a permanent deal.

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However, with news breaking that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Juventus this summer and Manchester City reportedly interested in the Portuguese international, that could leave a place back at Kean’s old club for him, as they have been linked with the striker this summer.

McPartland gave his thoughts on possibly joining Juventus.

“Moise ’s agent was seen [on Thursday] at Juventus’ training ground, so we’ll have to wait and see how it develops over the weekend, but it does feel like there’s going to be a little bit of movement over the weekend and a few players are going to start moving around.

“Moise Kean, he’s obviously devastated he never got his move to Paris Saint-Germain, we know that, and I’m sure he would be open to a move back to Juventus – and I’m sure Everton would be up for that as well if there was a fee involved and it would allow Everton to bring in the players they want.

“Rafa Benitez has already said he hopes to bring three or four in before the close of the window on Tuesday. So Moise Kean, maybe going to Juventus.”

TIF Thoughts on Kean’s future…

has experienced a tough time at Everton since he joined back in 2019 having scored just two goals in the Premier League across 32 appearances, but given his young age and fine form in Paris last season, there is every hope that Everton could yet demand a sizeable fee for the Italian.

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The Italian striker made his debut when 16 years old for Juventus before being sold to the Toffees for £25 million and he may feel more comfortable back in his home country, as well as working under manager Massimiliano Allegri, who handed Kean his debuts for Juventus in the Champions League and Serie A.

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