According to reports in Italy, Everton striker Moise Kean’s early struggles in England have already been noticed by wanting eyes.
It is being reported by Calciomercato, as relayed by Milan Live, that the Rossoneri are already planning a potential swoop on the Everton striker.
Everton signed Kean for a fee reported by The Guardian to be in the region of £29 million from Juventus this summer. The Italian international is hotly tipped as one of Europe’s finest young talents and Everton fans were very excited about his arrival.
So far, however, he has struggled to live up to the hype. In 10 games for the club, he is still yet to score. Of course, Everton fans are willing to be patient. Kean is only 19 and moving country at such a young age was always bound to see a period of transition.
But Milan obviously feel they see cracks appearing that could be utilised to bring him back to Italy – despite the problems Kean previously faced in Serie A with crowd racism.
Milan’s interest has been reported before. Calciomercato reported that the club was very keen on him earlier this year.
His brother Giovanni, as reported by SempreMilan, later confirmed that Kean is, in fact, a boyhood Milan fan, which would also give them an edge.
“I’m [a fan of] Juventus while he (Moise Kean) has always been Milan. Right now there are no teams like Juve.”
However, Everton are surely not willing to give up on Kean for some time yet. He is still only a teenager and the club has invested heavily in his talent coming to the fore in the years to come.
Whilst Milan might be loitering, Everton are surely not yet anywhere near the consideration of a sale.