Everton flop's father explains reason for struggles

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Moise Kean has made a move away from Everton.

The youngster has a massively high ceiling and is still only 20.

Having made his debut for Juventus in the 2016/17 season, at the age of 16 years and eight months. As a result, he became the club’s youngest-ever debutant at the time, and he went on to score eight goals in 21 games for the Serie A side.

That initial promise led to a big-money move to the Premier League, with Everton spending an initial £25.1m on the then-teenager, which could rise to £27.5m.

However, a miserable spell at Goodison Park, in which he scored four goals in 37 outings, has now come to a temporary end as he joined PSG on transfer deadline day.

One could potentially claim that he has a good agent, but this is a player with immense potential, even if he is yet to truly deliver on it.

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And his father has now explained exactly why he his son decided to depart the Toffees.

Speaking to Le Parisien, as quoted by Sport Witness, he said: “Thanks be to god, he is at PSG. I want to thank everyone for that.

“Especially the Parisian leaders but also his agent, Mino Raiola, who is one of the best agents in the world and who knows how to manage my son.

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“In Everton, it was too complicated for him. The club hired more expensive and more experienced strikers than him, and he would have played little.”

Kean Sr. also believes that his son struggled to adapt to life in England after learning his craft in Italy.

He added: “It’s complicated to move from Italy to England.

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“It takes time, and Moise is still young. He hadn’t yet digested the change, and Everton has no time to lose.

“But I’m telling you: Moise is very motivated and wants to show that the PSG was right to take the gamble.”

GIVEMESPORT’S Harry Sherlock says…

This is a clean break for Kean.

He has been around for some time purely because of how young he was when he made his debut, but this is a player who has yet to peak.

A move to PSG, where he has the opportunity to play alongside Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, gives him the opportunity to remind European football just how good he is, and how good he can be.

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He is an excellent young striker with the world at his feet and this is a win-win; if he thrives, he could well earn himself a permanent move, if he fails, he will go back to Everton and again have the chance to find his way into the team.

It is down to him whether he delivers or not.

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