Report reveals key reason £36m man rejected Arsenal for Everton
Moise Kean turned down a deal to move to Arsenal in favour of joining their Premier League rivals Everton, according to reports.
The three-times capped Italy international is believed to be costing Everton a fee of €40m (£36m), with the deal said to be hinging on a buy-back clause that Juventus were keen to insert into the sale.
However, it’s reported the two clubs have finally settled on a package that will take Kean, who enjoyed a breakout 2018/19 campaign, scoring seven goals in 17 games for Juve, to Goodison Park on what is a reported five-year deal.
It’s reported the 19-year-old will earn €3m per year at Everton and has left the Continassa training camp in Turin to head t0 England for a medical.
And the Daily Mail claims Arsenal ‘could not promise him a starting spot’ which meant he ‘decided against the switch’.
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette would have provided stiff competition for Kean, while Everton plan to ‘build their side around the highly-rated forward’.
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