Moise Kean is reportedly keen to move back to Juventus, but Everton have ‘no intention’ of sanctioning the player’s exit.
The 20-year-old endured a tough first season at Goodison Park following his £27.5 million move (BBC Sport) from the Italian giants last summer.
He finished the 2019/20 with only two goals to his name, and failed to nail down his place in the starting XI.
A particularly tough moment for the player came at Old Trafford in December, when interim manager Duncan Ferguson took the player off just minutes after putting him on as a second-half substitute.
Speculation has been rife about his future, with Juve seemingly ready to try and bring him back.
Calciomercato report the player would like a return to Turin, but the Toffees want to keep him in the hope he’ll come good.
The Italian publication also claim another club is set to come forth in the form of Borussia Dortmund, who are readying a ‘very important’ offer.
Dortmund already have Erling Haaland, whose agent is Mino Raiola – a man that also represents Kean.
TBR’s View – Everton should keep Kean, reassess in January
Everton should rebuff interest in Kean until at least January, and see how things are then.
£53,000-a-week star Kean (Spotrac) has such great promise and it would be a shame if the club were to sanction his exit now.
There does seem to be a fair amount of interest in the player, but Everton – having strengthened significantly this summer – should keep Kean then make a decision on his immediate future in January.