Juventus are now set to sign Moise Kean on a permanent basis from Everton, with his initial two-year loan deal close to conclusion.
Kean had returned to Juve in the summer of 2021 on a two-year-long loan deal and the move had come about days after the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United. The Italian has not impressed too much for the Bianconeri, having struggled to become a regular for the side.
Gianluca di Marzio has reported that Juve now exercised the option to sign Kean permanently from Everton, with the player arriving on a permanent basis for €28 million and a maximum of €5 million in bonuses can also be paid. But that depends on the goals that he ends up scoring.
Kean had recently been sent off only seconds after coming on in the Bianconeri’s game against Roma and he has been fined and has been suspended for two Serie A games as well.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN