Juventus are listening to offers for Moise Kean and are reportedly ready to include the striker in a swap deal for Leandro Paredes, which would allow the Bianconeri to save €4m in the deal with Everton.
Kean returned to the Allianz Stadium on an initial loan deal with an obligation to buy last summer. However, he has had a disappointing campaign, managing just six goals in 44 appearances with the Old Lady.
According to multiple reports in Italy, Juventus are willing to offload the Italy international even before making his loan move from Everton permanent. Juventus paid €3m for his loan in 2021-22 and must add €4m more for next season.
Their obligation to buy is €28m plus potential €3m add-ons. However, by selling the striker permanently this summer, they can save €4m from the player’s loan for 2022-23.
Once they have an agreement to sell the 22-year-old, Juventus can activate their €28m option to buy and save €4m plus potential €3m bonuses from their deal with Everton. Kean is a product of Juventus academy and joined the Toffees in a €30m deal in the summer of 2019.