Milan ‘make Kean approach’

by | Nov 12, 2019 19:30

Milan have reportedly been in touch with Mino Raiola about taking Everton and Italy striker Moise Kean in January.

Big things were expected of Kean at Everton after they splashed out €27.5m to sign him from Juventus over the summer.

Despite being given a heroes’ welcome, the 19-year-old has failed to score in four games for the Toffees this season.

Milan have reportedly been in touch with Mino Raiola about taking Everton and Italy striker Moise Kean in January.

Big things were expected of Kean at Everton after they splashed out €27.5m to sign him from Juventus over the summer.

Despite being given a heroes’ welcome, the 19-year-old has failed to score in four games for the Toffees this season.

He has also been dropped by club and country for lateness, resulting in his recent absence from the Italy squad and omission against Southampton on Saturday.

Now, according to Calciomercato.com, Raiola is unhappy with Kean’s situation at Goodison Park and is already considering moving him on in January.

With that in mind, the website claims Milan have shown “strong interest” in the forward, even holding talks with the agent.

The Rossoneri were linked with Kean before he joined Everton and are in dire need of goals, with Krzysztof Piatek and Rafael Leao currently misfiring.

However, it is warned the Premier League side continue to view him as an “asset” and will not entertain letting him leave on loan.

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