Everton are reportedly willing to let striker Moise Kean return to Italy in the near-future in search of regular football.
The Italian striker only joined the Toffees in the summer for approximately £25m from Juventus. However, he has struggled to find any sort of form in the Premier League and he is yet to open his account for the club in 11 appearances in all competitions.
Kean has also only managed to make two starts in the Premier League and has not played a single minute since the 2-0 win against West Ham United in October.
That, alongside picking up a fine for being late to a team meeting, has seen suggestions emerge that he could potentially make a quick return to his own country, with Marco Silva reportedly ‘happy’ for Kean to make the switch according to Corriere dello Sport.
Further suggestions have also implied that Roma could be interested in swooping for the 19-year-old’s signature. However, due to their financial situation at the current time, it is suggested that the club would prefer to loan the striker with an obligation to buy for approximately €22-23m.
For the time being though, he will have to focus on his club form as Everton take on Norwich this weekend. Despite his struggles in front of goal so far this season, Kean is the favourite to open the scoring at odds of 4/1 with William Hill.