Juventus willing to offer Everton enticing deal for potential Ronaldo successor

Moise Kean Paris Saint-Germain on loan from Everton

Juventus are willing to offer Everton an exciting players-plus-cash deal to lure Moise Kean back to the club, according to a report.

Kean arrived at Everton from Juve in the summer of 2019 as an exciting teenage talent.

But despite playing 29 Premier League games in his debut season, he largely struggled to make an impact. Indeed, he failed to reach his personal target of seven goals for the campaign, scoring only two.

As such, he left Goodison Park in October for a loan spell at Paris Saint-Germain, where he has exploded into life.

Fifteen goals in 28 games for the French champions have got expectations rising again about what Everton can expect from the 21-year-old once he returns.

According to TuttoJuve, though, there is a chance that he could move back to Juventus this summer.

Speculation has arisen that Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Turin at the end of the season. But while Erling Haaland may be an obvious replacement, the Old Lady are reportedly looking at other targets.

What’s more, with Kean starring for Juve before his move to Everton, he has emerged once more as a target.

Juve willing to offer two stars to Everton

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Therefore, Juventus are willing to offer either Aaron Ramsey or Douglas Costa as part of the deal.

Costa, who signed for Juve in 2015, has largely struggled in recent seasons and is currently on his second loan spell at Bayern Munich.

However, with his contract expiring at the end of the season, it looks unlikely that he will sign an extension.

Recent reports have also claimed that Leeds have shown interest in the Brazilian.

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Ramsey, meanwhile, has extensive Premier League experience following his long spell with Arsenal.

TuttoJuve adds that Juve value the Wales international at €15million (£12.9million). Juve would also add €25million (£21.5million) to reach Everton’s valuation of €40million (£34.4million) for Kean.

Kean’s contract at Everton runs out in 2024, so the Toffees would have the upper hand in negotiations should they be willing to let him go.

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