Everton Could Save Millions by Finally Trusting in “Courageous” £25.2m-rated Machine – Opinion

 Everton Could Save Millions by Finally Trusting in “Courageous” £25.2m-rated Machine – Opinion

Despite Everton’s struggles to stay in the Premier League this season, one Toffees player has been enjoying his time out on loan, as Moise Kean has continued to flourish away from Goodison Park.

After spending 2020/21 at Paris Saint-Germain, the 22-year-old has been loaned out again this season, returning to Serie A to play for the club from whom he was signed by Everton in 2019. Meanwhile, his parent club, Liverpool, is in a precarious position in the Premier League, battling for survival.

Frank Lampard might discover a lost gem for Everton with two years left on his contract, especially if Dominic Calvert-Lewin leaves during the summer amid growing rumours about his future at the club. Kean might be the perfect stopgap for the Toffees if England striker Harry Kane leaves.

According to One Versus One, the Juventus striker has the highest pass completion rate in Serie A (100%), which is quite astounding. Despite only making 10 starts for the Bianconeri in Serie A this season, he has scored five goals and provided two assists, as well as scoring the game-winning goal against Malmo in the Champions League group stage.

Last season, former PSG manager Thomas Tuchel was keen to heap praise on the Italian when reflecting on his performances in Ligue 1, saying: “He is not afraid, he is courageous. He does what is necessary. I wouldn’t want to be a defender against him right now, it’s really hard to play against him.”

Whether or if Everton can retain their Premier League status for next season, there are a number of issues that must be addressed, notably the present squad’s lack of goals. 

Since mid-February, they have only scored once in five Premier League games.

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If Lampard believes that reinstating Kean will provide him with a fresh viewpoint, it might save Moshiri millions in the summer transfer window.

The £25.2m-rated machine is currently tied into a loan deal which secures his future at Juventus until his contract ends at Goodison Park in June 2024. However, Lampard and the Everton board may feel that it is necessary to bring the striker back to the Premier League, given the Toffees’ dire struggles in front of goal among the current squad.