EVERTON flop Moise Kean is the subject of transfer interest from a number of Premier League clubs, according to reports.
The 22-year-old's time in the blue half of Merseyside has been nothing short of woeful, and now Everton want to cash in on the £25million flop who they brought in 2019.
The Italian forward has been on loan with boyhood club Juventus this season, but with the Old Lady conscious of a ever-growing wage bill they need to cut costs.
Kean is mainly attracting interest from newly-promoted sides Fulham and Nottingham Forest according to Gianluca Dimarzio.
However, Kean is said to be unconvinced by these propositions, and is prepared to wait to see if any offers come in from other clubs.
This is where the likes of Newcastle United could come into the equation.
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With The Magpies in the hunt for a striker this summer, it has been suggested they could make a move for Kean.
Gazzetta Dello Sport have reported Kean's agent is 'hard at work' but it will take time before any resolution is found.
Kean's best goalscoring season in senior football came in the 2020/21 season, while he was on loan with Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain bagging 17 goals in 41 appearances.
Although thus far this seems to be an anomaly, as Kean has not broken into double figures in any other season in senior football.
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Kean has scored just four goals for Everton in 39 appearances.
He also managed just six goals in 44 games in Turin last season.
Newcastle have already completed the signing of Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope for a reported £10million and made their loan signing of Matt Targett a permanent one.
Meanwhile Nottingham Forest have also reportedly agreed to take Manchester United shot-stopper Dean Henderson on loan for the season.
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Fulham are also busy in the market, and are said to be close to signing Shakthar Donetsk forward Manor Soloman.
Both Forest and Fulham are also fighting over the signature of Liverpool defender Neco Williams.
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