Juventus have reportedly exercised the permanence clause in Moise Kean’s loan deal from Everton, confirming his future at the club.
The Bianconeri initially sold the Italian forward to the Toffees in August 2019 in a deal worth around €27.5m. He struggled to show his best in the North West of England but saw his stocks rise after a positive season on loan with Paris Saint-Germain.
Everton sent Kean back to Juventus in August 2021 on a two-year loan deal with an obligation to buy clause attached. He scored six goals in his first campaign back in Turin and has netted seven so far this season.
As reported by Romeo Agresti, Juventus have now signed Kean on a permanent deal, activating the clause in his loan deal and paying Everton the €28m remaining, for a total of €35m plus add-ons. The 23-year-old Italian forward is now contracted to the Bianconeri until June 2025.
Kean has been in the headlines recently for all the wrong reasons after getting sent off just 40 seconds after coming on in Juventus’ 1-0 loss to Roma on Sunday evening.