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Raiola offers Moise Kean to AC Milan

Tuesday, 18 August 2020 83comments  |  Jump to last

Moise Kean's agent, Mino Raiola, has offered the Everton striker to AC Milan, according to a report in Italy.

Tuesday's edition of Tuttosport claims that Mino Raiola has proposed a return to Italy for his client after a difficult first season at Everton so far. However, a similar rumour surfaced back in January but nothing came of it.

It appears the Blues will not let their young asset go cheaply and would be looking to recoup the full €27.5M transfer fee they paid Juventus for the highly-rated young prospect just one year ago.

Everton's contract with Moise Kean still has 3 years to run.



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Ajay Gopal
1 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:10:48
I won't forget some truly awful displays from Moise Kean last season, including the ignominious substitution by Duncan at Old Trafford and some disciplinary issues. In frustration, I have even posted that he is worse than Niasse.

But, I saw some signs of encouragement in the last few games – he seemed to be holding up the ball better, creating opportunities for other teammates, some skilful ball-trapping and dragging defenders out of position. If Carlo persists with him and gives him more than 5 mins at the end of the game, I could see him bloom and give competition to Calvert-Lewin next season.

We should keep him because, for the money we get by selling him, we would get the likes of Christian Benteke or similar.

James Stewart
2 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:31:36
Should be starting more games, infinitely better player than Calvert-Lewin.
Dale Rose
3 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:39:40
You couldn't make this up. What must Ancelotti think?
Trevor Peers
4 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:47:20
If true, maybe we can look forward to signing a striker who can actually score goals, or is that too much to ask of Everton?
Jerome Shields
5 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:49:25
Can't see Ancelotti letting Kean go.
Adam Scott
6 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:51:06
He’s a massive part of our future. The coverage on official social media channels suggests the club agree.
Tony Everan
7 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:56:16
I would rather keep him but, if it is true, Carlo wants some more experience and a proven scorer to complement the relatively young Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison. He's probably got someone in mind who wants to come and play for him. Milik or an attacker of that calibre.

If Moise is going back to Italy, I would rather hear about it when the deal is done than he has been ‘offered to' a club. It looks negative if they decide against it, and that's not good for us or the player.

Brian Williams
8 Posted 18/08/2020 at 10:57:38
More complete and utter bullshit!

Jeez, it never stops!

Derek Thomas
9 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:11:22
Ajay @ 1; you were doing well until that last line.

'First thing we do, lets kill all the Agents'

But If it...the sale...happens its - hello, sell to buy time again. Can't see Ancelotti liking that for too long.

Bill Gienapp
10 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:20:08
Raiola has, huh? Gee, I don't suppose we have any say in the matter (*rolls eyes*).
Kase Chow
11 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:29:24
James #2

Infinitely better than Calvert-Lewin?

What an odd statement to make!! Perhaps he has more potential or a wider skills set (in your opinion) but facts, stats and data say you are very wrong

You keep your 2 goals and I'll keep 13 goals eh?

Joe McMahon
12 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:38:58
Kase, he has had very limited minutes of first-team football. It's not often I highly rate an Everton player as usually many underachieve, or don't have the ability. I honestly believe that Moise will be a success and I hope it's at Everton.

Remember when Lukaku apparently couldn't control a ball and was lazy, even though his premier league goalscoring record was the best we have ever had. Well, look at him now.

Moise Kean was highly rated when he signed for Everton and he still is.

Dermot O'Brien
13 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:43:38
Dale #3, you could make it up. All you need to do is work in sports "journalism". :)
Barry Rathbone
14 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:43:56
He might be watching slimmed down Rom rejuvenated at Inter and thinking could be me that
Derek Taylor
15 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:50:54
As I write, Anichebe is flogging himself on Sky Sports News. Don't think I'm suggesting we re-sign him but he was an eminently better player at 19 than Moise Kean appears to be. Just another bad pick by the genius Brands, I'm afraid.
Mark Tanton
16 Posted 18/08/2020 at 11:55:31
I still think he's been exciting whenever he has come on. In a team that can only crawl sideways, he was always looking to push forward.
James Stewart
17 Posted 18/08/2020 at 12:15:59
@11

That is a bit simplistic. I wasn't disputing that Calvert-Lewin had a better season. My point was Kean has potential to be a vastly superior player, and is not someone we should contemplate selling.

Calvert-Lewin's tally should be double what it was considering the amount of chances he squandered. In fact, he is something of a data anomaly – a lot of his chances don't even register as a chance because he doesn't even got a shot off. Numerous times this season, he was put through yet failed to shoot, let alone hit the target. Great athlete, that's about it.

Will Mabon
18 Posted 18/08/2020 at 12:22:12
Moise Kean has had a similar "Impact" to Sandro. The difference is, Sandro looked completely and obviously lacking. Kean looks like there's something waiting to get out.
Bob Parrington
19 Posted 18/08/2020 at 12:23:15
Tell Riaola to stick his nose up his arse and GTF. This kind of agent type is one of the worst aspects of the 'world game' today. Go take a long walk off a short pier, Riaola! Get your nose out of our business!

Angry me!!!

Bob Parrington
20 Posted 18/08/2020 at 12:32:42
BTW, what I mean is, we should keep Moise! IMO, he will come good for us!
Phil (Kelsall) Roberts
21 Posted 18/08/2020 at 12:41:50
What I liked about the Kean goal against Bournemouth was that it was a goal I have not seen from Calvert-Lewin.

He drifted into space on the back stick and tapped it into an empty net. For all Calvert-Lewin's play, there are many who say he is not a natural. For me, Kean's goal was that of a more natural goalscorer.

And would he want to go back to Italy for all that racist abuse? Remember, we "Kick out Racism" and they chant it from the terraces.

Pat Kelly
22 Posted 18/08/2020 at 12:56:19
Kean's contract is with Everton, not Raiola. This is probably just the usual BS.

I haven't been overly impressed with Kean but if Carlo wants to keep him then let's see him start more games and prove his worth. There's always another window he can exit by.

Stephen Vincent
23 Posted 18/08/2020 at 13:10:17
I think that, if we didn't already have Kean on our books, we would all be saying that we should buy him. Young, powerful, prolific in Serie A, already an Italian international and relatively inexpensive.

A definite keep for me. I would be quite excited at the prospect of Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin and Kean in the same line-up.

Colin Glassar
24 Posted 18/08/2020 at 14:07:51
I thought we'd cut off ties with this creep after he whored Lukaku all over Europe while still under contract with us? He also called us a shitty little club, or something along those lines.
Soren Moyer
25 Posted 18/08/2020 at 14:46:22
I hear Vic is available now!!!
Rob Halligan
26 Posted 18/08/2020 at 14:51:42
Apart from anything else, is Raiola allowed to do this? As far as I know, the club have not said he's available for transfer nor has the player asked for a transfer. Maybe Raiola's millions are running sbort!!
Pat Waine
27 Posted 18/08/2020 at 15:40:19
If we got our money back, I would take it.

A young lad who has lacked discipline will always have problems. Get rid, cut our losses, and let him party and dance in other colours.

Graham Hammond
28 Posted 18/08/2020 at 16:14:59
Stephen #23, Like yourself, I would like to see Richarlison, Kean and Calvert-Lewin in the same line up with Walcott competing with the latter two for a starting berth in a 4-3-3 formation.

Obviously, we are clearly short of a very strong defensive midfield player at present to make this viable right now and perhaps short of a right-sided midfielder too (though to a slightly lesser extent).

I do think, with the forward talent we have at our disposal currently, we should be using 4-3-3 more than we do. The glut of Number 10s we have in the squad currently dictates 4-3-3 seems not to be a viable option, at least for Carlo, as he seems to want to keep senior players happy, regardless of how they are performing.

The pace of Kean and Walcott and Richarlison should in theory trouble many defences and Calvert-Lewin does offer aerial ability along with athleticism when he can be arsed.

Paul Birmingham
29 Posted 18/08/2020 at 17:29:17
The media rags must be bored, Moise is under contract, and I think this is pure King Edwards... well I hope so.

Mark Pringle
30 Posted 18/08/2020 at 18:32:50
A lot of shite! Kean going nowhere. And as for comparing him to Niasse or Sandro, dear me. Obviously everyone entitled to their opinion but up here that's what's known as an absolute 'heidshaker'.

If we get Allan, Doucouré, Thiago Silva and the right-back Arias, that would be a great window. Shift out as much of the deadwood as we can and hopefully have enough left in the kitty for a winger. Carlo will sort it!!

Mark Pringle
31 Posted 18/08/2020 at 18:37:08
I've also just read somebody say that Anichebe was a better player than Kean!! Ha ha brilliant. Tell you what, after a shitty day this has given me a proper laugh. Thanks lads 😁
Sam Hoare
32 Posted 18/08/2020 at 18:47:41
I’d be very surprised if he left this summer.
Mike Gaynes
33 Posted 18/08/2020 at 22:03:41
This is a talented youngster worth keeping.
Simon Smith
34 Posted 18/08/2020 at 22:06:23
Completely with you, Mike, we should be keeping hold of young Moise.
Mike Doyle
35 Posted 18/08/2020 at 22:25:43
I know they say never go back.... but Gareth Barry is out of contract (and not yet 40!).
Rob Young
36 Posted 19/08/2020 at 00:22:26
We signed a player whose agent is Raiola. Surely no-one is surprised he will now try to move him on again every single transfer window, like he has always done with all his players.

This is an impossible marriage. As soon as Kean bangs a few in, Raiola will open his mouth on a daily basis.

I believe at best we will get a maximum of one good season out of him and his agent will then bring him to one of the top European clubs.

Bob Conway
37 Posted 19/08/2020 at 00:47:13
A younger version of Niasse – runs around like a headless chicken and achieves nothing. A promising prospect at £26 milllion...

Juventus laughing all the way to the bank. The Merseyside Mugs conned yet again.

Kristian Boyce
38 Posted 19/08/2020 at 01:19:08
Ironically I thought he looked the fittest he's been all season during that Bournemouth game. I think that most of the season, especially before the break, he wasn't fit and wasn't prepared for the Premier League.

He seemed a different player; full of speed, good positional space and a lot of confidence. Hopefully this bodes well for this upcoming season.

Derek Thomas
39 Posted 19/08/2020 at 01:48:16
There is a player in there... mind you, I said that about Anichebe too – and there was. It just never got out.

Keep – for now.

Declan Campbell
40 Posted 19/08/2020 at 10:17:28
What happened to all the Covid Police on here, who wanted him hung drawn and quartered back in April???
Brian Williams
41 Posted 19/08/2020 at 10:24:25
I guess they have other things to do, Declan.
Michael Lynch
42 Posted 19/08/2020 at 11:05:05
He is certainly exciting, but also immature. If he was one of our home-grown youngsters, he'd be out on loan for the next season at least but clearly that won't happen with him.

If he isn't getting regular first team football in the first few months of the season, I can see him going in January. Right now, he's nowhere near DCL's level, so it's a matter of whether he and the club are prepared to be patient.

Jim Bennings
43 Posted 19/08/2020 at 14:38:16
Next season needs to be the season that Kean starts doing what the likes of Greenwood is doing at Man Utd. Let's see confidence and a direct player.

At the moment, he comes in and looks too selfish and is not really a team player. If Ancelotti can't sort that side of him out this season and steer him clear of off-field shit, then I suggest we start looking at getting our money back.

Patrick McFarlane
44 Posted 19/08/2020 at 14:41:10
Talking of Kean, the other Keane, Michael, is linked with his former boss Mr Koeman, according to Lancs Live:

Former Burnley defender Michael Keane has been linked with a shock move to Spanish giants Barcelona.

Reports in the Spanish press suggest that new Barca boss Ronald Koeman wants to bring the 27-year-old to the Nou Camp having worked with the centre-back at Everton.

John Pickles
45 Posted 19/08/2020 at 14:57:02
Patrick #44. A straight swop with Messi I imagine.
Simon Smith
46 Posted 19/08/2020 at 15:07:57
Beat me to it, John. Hahahaha.

Silly season has definitely started.

Jay Harris
47 Posted 19/08/2020 at 15:47:50
Journalism used to be a profession where journalists investigated things and had to have them backed up before publication.

Now, it's all click and bait.

You can just imagine Koeman before he is even made manager at Barca telling reporters "I can't wait to get that top centre-back at Everton over to Spain." What a crock of shit. Whoever posted that article should be banned from posting again.

Jay Harris
48 Posted 19/08/2020 at 15:50:07
As for Moise Kean, I think he showed enough in the Bournemouth game to suggest he has a bright future.

Mini Raiola, on the other hand, is a snake in a cesspit and should have his license revoked.

Patrick McFarlane
49 Posted 19/08/2020 at 15:56:57
Jay #44,

I take it you mean the journalist responsible and not me?

Jay Harris
50 Posted 19/08/2020 at 16:08:01
Patrick,

I would never criticise you. I was, as you say, talking about the idiots who are supposed to be reporting facts and not making up stories.

Darren Hind
51 Posted 19/08/2020 at 16:30:27
Not a natural footballer. His first touch is poor. He played a couple of decent passes against Bournemouth. the fact that we had to wait 20 odd games to see those passes would suggest they would be the exception rather than the rule.

Plays with his head down and has zero awareness of what's going on around him – a fatal flaw which clearly wasn't seen on YouTube before he signed. This would have been the main reason Juventus very nearly relieved Brands of an arm when he offered nearly £30M. Indicative of the signings we have made recently.

Those acting with incredulity over comparisons between him and Big Vic need to revisit Vic's record when he was Kean's age. He cost us nothing.

Tony Everan
52 Posted 19/08/2020 at 16:42:51
If Barcelona can recruit Koeman, then Koeman can recruit Keane. The silly season is getting sillier by the day.
David Pearl
53 Posted 20/08/2020 at 21:21:26
I hope we sell him, can’t see him improving. Perhaps we can replace him with someone that will target 8 goals instead.
Mark Pringle
54 Posted 21/08/2020 at 22:19:14
Darren @51, had a quick revisit of big Vic's record you refer to. Didn't take long:

1st season - 1 goal
2nd season - 1 goal
3rd season - 3 goals
4th, 5th & 6th seasons - 1 goal in each
7th season - 0 goals
8th season - 4 goals
9th season - 6 goals
10th season - 0 goals
Total - 18 goals in ten seasons!

i don't think Kean will have too many problems beating that record, already doubled big Vics 1st season tally. ;-)

Brent Stephens
55 Posted 21/08/2020 at 22:48:55
Mark #54,

I didn't realise Vic was such a prolific scorer.

Tom Bowers
56 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:00:34
This lad looks to have great potential but it needs to come to fruition soon; otherwise, he will have been a wast of space.

I would love to have him stay and prove an asset alongside Richarlison. It's up to Carlo to give him a few more games but if not let him go.

Grant Rorrison
57 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:02:20
I see Lukaku got the winner in the Europa League final. Can't stop scoring, that fella. Even when he's defending!
Tony Hill
58 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:11:04
Let's see. Patience and indulgence for some, damnation for others.
Kieran Kinsella
59 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:11:15
Jay

That bizarre Keane story has been on several sites. I can’t imagine Koeman reflecting on the halcyon days when we got walloped by Atlanta and thinking “we need those defenders at Barce.” Even if he did, no one at Barca would approve it and beyond that Barce are skinny. And yet a dozen or so “journalists” are hawking what surely began as a piss take.

Kieran Kinsella
60 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:18:04
Kean is totally different as a player than Anichebe. The latter was more of an old-style centre-forward who never utilized his strength and aerial ability as well as he should have. Kean is an exciting player with pace. If we have a 4-3-3 with him on one side up top I think he could do well.
Brent Stephens
61 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:23:15
Grant #57 Lukaku is on another roll.
Bill Gall
62 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:28:49
Surely an agent offering a player under contract to another club is illegal. I understand that agents have too much power these days but Kean is under contract to Everton and to be offered for sale to another club is up to them, not his greedy agent.
Bill Gall
63 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:31:20
Grant,

Inter Milan lost the Europa League final. Sevilla got their 6th trophy in this competition.

Rob Halligan
64 Posted 21/08/2020 at 23:43:05
Bill, I think Grant is just being sarcastic in his post, as Lukaku was unfortunate in scoring an own goal to make the score 3-2 in favour of Savilla.

It's just a pity Grant didn't also mention the goal Lukaku scored at the right end, after out-muscling then out pacing his marker, only to be brought down in the penalty area by the same defender for a penalty, which Lukaku calmly slotted to put Inter one up.

I just wish he was still playing for us.

Jay Harris
65 Posted 21/08/2020 at 00:04:38
Rob,

I do feel that should have been a free-kick outside the box where the initial foul was especially just a few minutes in to a cup final. If that had been given against the RS, the third world war would have broken out.

On the other hand, that was some of the worst defending I have seen at that level. I don't think Reguillon covered himself in glory much either as he seemed to be missing from that flank every time Inter went forward.

Graham Hammond
66 Posted 22/08/2020 at 00:39:15
Kieran #60,

Do you not think that Kean would be best suited to a central role in a front three? I think if we had decent midfielders who could pass a ball, he could flourish in the central position.

It may take a little time and maybe short term he will need to alternate with Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison for the central berth but I do think that medium-term centrally is where Moise can excel. I hope we can show a little bit more patience and faith in him than perhaps was afforded to Vlasic and perhaps even Lookman.

Bill Gienapp
67 Posted 22/08/2020 at 02:25:31
Kieran (59) - Exactly. The funniest part of the story is the notion that Koeman would feel ANY sort of allegiance to Keane as an ex-player, considering he played all of nine league matches under him (and a big reason Koeman was sacked was because our back line was so hopeless).
Kieran Kinsella
68 Posted 22/08/2020 at 03:08:06
Graham

He may do well centrally. I suggested wide because he seemed to do well cutting in from the right and left at Juve. Also, I could see him doing well in that role as Lukaku did when we hammered Arsenal in Martinez's first season. But certainly he has the potential to do well centrally too.

Jim Harrison
69 Posted 22/08/2020 at 03:35:25
Who would be surprised that an agent would try and make money by doing what an agent does? Shock and awe. If true, would said player get more game time and therefore become potentially more profitable to his agent in the process? Probably so.

Kean still looks a prospect. And if there were options at the club to allow him time to develop, it would be fine to keep him on the books (and if he and his agent were patient enough!)

But we have two young forwards already bearing the burden. If we could get in a proven scorer in their prime on a permanent deal, Kean could leave so long as the transfer value was the same as paid out. Or if we could secure a veteran but still proficient player on loan for a season, he could leave on loan himself, not unlike with Kenny, to see if he can cut it and to give Everton a, hopefully, more consistent goal threat Immediately. If Kean aces it, he either comes back and plays or his transfer value increases and he can be moved on at a profit.

Simple. All we have to do now is find a quality player in this role. They are everywhere at the moment!

Kieran Kinsella
70 Posted 22/08/2020 at 03:51:06
Bill,

I imagine Koeman still wakes up in a cold sweat after dreams about the Everton defence.

Darren Hind
71 Posted 22/08/2020 at 06:30:11
Mark Pringle

Vic was never a goalscorer. Some may not have realised his record scoring record was poor, but almost everyone else knew. I guess that's why somebody made the comparison... It was to demonstrate how poor Kean's record is.

You have put up stats after he had suffered the most horrific injury. I asked you to compare his record to Kean at that Kean's age.

Kean may not be struggling too much to beat his record, as you claim, but the hasn't managed it either, has he?

My hunch is he will never reach even Vic's numbers.

Jim Harrison
72 Posted 22/08/2020 at 10:08:13
Being fair to Big Vic, during his first few seasons he didn't score, but when he came off the bench he shook up defences.

After a while, I reckon they figured out that, rather than being a battering ram brought on to shake them up, he was more akin to a rhino trying out ballet and could be knocked over by the merest suggestion of a challenge.

David Cash
73 Posted 22/08/2020 at 11:52:53
Why stop at Anichebe?

Danny Cadamateri, Jeffers, Vaughan Gosling, Calvert-Lewin and of course Rooney. Had all made a bigger impression in a blue shirt before they were Kean's age.

I so wanted Kean's signing to be a success. Especially after Sourness had so publicly ridiculed the signing when he claimed the Italians had seen us coming.

Kean has had 30-odd opportunities to show what he can do. I don't think another 30-odd will make that much difference.

All our hopes are on Carlo, but what earthly chance has he got if this is the sort of signing he can expect? Brands really worries me. He has got to pull his finger out and give the manager something to work with.

Trevor Powell
74 Posted 22/08/2020 at 12:21:55
I will always like Vic for his performance against Man City a few years ago. It was the occasion of Judas Lescott's first return to Goodison, accompanied by the chant, "There's only one greedy bastard!"

Man City were outplaying us and were deservedly one up after 30 minutes when Moyes clearly told Vic to get in Lescott's face and that's exactly what he did to great effect, leading to a second-half Blues revival with Distin left unmarked at a corner and then a real fizz-banger from Leon Osman! Vic used his strength to such good effect to really disorientate the City back four!

Rob Halligan
75 Posted 22/08/2020 at 13:47:23
Trevor, Vic's stand out moment for me was the goal he scored against Metalist Kharkov in Ukraine in 2007. Although we were still going through on away goals, the composure shown by Vic to score the winning goal on the night (to make it 3-2, and 4-3 on aggregate) was brilliant. Definitely my favourite European away game, made all the better by Vic's winning goal.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TcqTNOAuZH0

Steve Ferns
76 Posted 22/08/2020 at 14:07:38
Rob, I thought that power was a sign of things to come. I have no idea why Anichebe never learnt how to use his bulk. He played like a little boy in a man’s body.
Nick White
77 Posted 22/08/2020 at 14:12:45
Victor was one of the most frustrating players for us I can remember. Built like a rugby player but fell over every time a defender breathed on him with the added annoyance of punching the floor!
Mark Pringle
78 Posted 22/08/2020 at 20:18:43
Darren, my point was you asked to compare Kean and Anichebe at the same age. Well, the stats are for his Everton career, not just after this horrific injury you mention. Anyhow, tit for tat is pointless especially over a very average ex-centre-forward.

Time will tell about Kean but the fact that Ancelotti wants to keep him would suggest to me he'll be a far better player than Anichebe ever was, even if we did apparently buy him after watching YouTube. 😂😂

Tony Everan
79 Posted 22/08/2020 at 20:36:56
I think it was a mentality thing with Victor, he just didn't have the total belief and confidence that top strikers are born with.

Still, he gave us one or two great moments, like the goal Rob mentions, and he was from my neck of the woods, went to Sacred Heart School, so I can't help respecting him for achieving a career in football.

Mike Gaynes
80 Posted 22/08/2020 at 20:50:56
Tony, I didn't think he lacked confidence. It was just that, for all his pace and power, he didn't have a shot. With either foot. I don't remember him ever getting off a decent shot from outside the box.

And he didn't head the ball very well.

Paul Tran
81 Posted 22/08/2020 at 21:35:46
It's simple. Let Kean go back to Italy, then get Edouard from Celtic.
Michael Kenrick
82 Posted 01/09/2020 at 11:07:00
The latest rumblings appear to suggest that Carlo wants to keep Moise Kean at Everton and work with him. Everton appear to be discouraging talk of him returning to Juventus or heading off to AC Milan.

If true, good to see that Carlo has faith in the young strker. I'm sure the home country connection is a key part to this. Let's see what the old man is made of and if he can get this lad performing in a blue shirt (maybe two blue shirts!).

Christine Foster
83 Posted 01/09/2020 at 11:27:15
I confess to being a little surprised if Carlo wants to keep him and develop, but then I am a great believer that to bring out the potential in a player, you need good players around him. Strikers in particular profit from quality assists not pumps forward in hope, which unless you have a Lukaku or Fergusson upfront, it's rarely of use.

Let's see what a few quality players bring out in the others in the months to come (I cross my fingers).

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