Everton to part company with Moise Kean in January?
Everton are ready to let Italian international striker Moise Kean depart the club in the January transfer window. The Goodison Park outfit, who signed Kean from Juventus just this past summer, is ready to part with the forward for a fee of 30 million euros.
AC Milan are scouring Europe to locate a new forward and have identified Kean as a potential target.
The youngster has failed to bag a goal in the Premier League since his arrival at the Toffees for £27 million in August and manager Marco Silva has been unimpressed with the forward's form in recent weeks.
According to a report from Italy, AC Milan are ready to snap up the striker, with chief executive Ivan Gazidis ready to bank roll a transfer move for the player.
Kean, who has three and a half years remaining on his deal, has been linked with a departure after his father Jean revealed to the Italian press that his move to Everton was a mistake. Moise Kean's agent is Mino Raiola, the superagent who has a wealth of contacts across European and is likely to have a suggested location lined up for the striker already.