Moise Kean has completed a transfer from Everton to Juventus on a two-year loan with a £24 million (€28 million) purchase commitment.
Juventus will pay a loan of £6million (€7million), while the total value of the deal, including bonuses, will be £32.6million (€38million).
The striker is coming in for Juve to replace the outgoing Cristiano Ronaldo, who is on the cusp of returning to Manchester United.
Kean joined Juventus’ Toffees in 2019 for a fee of around £27million, but the Italy international has seen his minutes at Goodison Park limited amid the emergence of Dominic Calvert-Lewin as Everton’s main centre-forward.
He scored two goals in 33 appearances for the club in his first campaign and was loaned out to Paris Saint-Germain last season, where he found the net 17 times in 41 games.
Kean joined the Juventus youth academy in 2011, making his first-team debut for the Serie A club five years later, before making 21 first-team appearances in his first stint at the Allianz Stadium.
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