Moise Kean leaves Everton for Juventus on Loan

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Moise Kean of Everton has returned to Juventus for a two-year loan spell, two years after he left the Italian club for the Premier League club.

Kean has been an Everton player since August 4, 2019, when the Premier League club signed him from Juventus for a transfer fee worth €27.50 million.

Unfortunately for him, the 21-year-old Italian attacker could not establish himself at the Premier League club. Hence, he went on loan to Paris Saint Germain on October 4, 2020.

After a season in France, the Italian football star returned to Everton, and yet, the Premier League club did not deem him fit enough for their plans for the season.

Hence, Juventus decided to come for him after the club’s talisman, Cristiano Ronaldo left the club for Manchester United in August 2021.

Moise Kean will stay at Juventus on loan until July 30, 2023. Before the end of the loan spell, Juventus are expected to sign the Italy international permanently.

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“Juventus Football Club announces that it has reached an agreement with Everton for the acquisition, temporarily until 30 June 2023, of the player Moise Kean.

“The agreement provides for the obligation on the part of Juventus to definitively acquire the right to the player upon achieving certain sporting objectives during the 2022-23 season. The agreed consideration for the acquisition is €28m, payable in three financial years. In addition, cumulative bonuses of up to €3m upon the achievement of further objectives.”

Before he left Everton this summer, the 21-year-old attacker made only 39 appearances in all competitions in which he scored only four goals.

However, Kean is expected to be a huge attacking option for Juventus’ coach Max Allegri. When he was at the club between 2017 and 2019, he was regarded as one of the most promising strikers in Europe.

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During his first era at Juventus, Kean scored a title of 17 goals in 41 games in all competitions. He won two domestic titles with the club before he left in 2019.

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