Juventus and Everton Contemplating Trade Involving Rabiot and Kean

Juventus are not necessarily eager to part ways Adrien Rabiot, but they will consider the offers due the financial upside of his sale. It would yield a net profit as he was signed for free, plus he is one of the highest earners in the roster. Few teams have showed interest, with Everton being the latest to join the race, Gazzetta dello Sport reports.

Coach Carlo Ancelotti played a crucial role early in the career of the midfielder during their time together at PSG. The Bianconeri and the Toffees are considering putting together a €30M swap deal between Rabiot and Moise Kean, who is currently on loan in Paris.

The young striker did not pan in Liverpool but has blossomed this season, bagging 17 goals across all competitions. PSG are keen on retaining him, but they do not have a set option to buy. Plus, they will focus on top-notch targets like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Aguero first, Tuttosport reports.

Kean is a real target for the future Juventus attack no matter what will happen with the Portuguese ace, Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata. He was sold two years ago primarily because he was entering the final year of his contract and the negotiation to extend it had become challenging. In any case, the Italian international is highly unlikely to play for Everton next season.

The Old Lady will look to add to their midfield regardless of Rabiot’s future. While Manuel Locatelli is by far the main objective, they are also keeping tabs of Sevilla’s Joan Jordan. The 26-year-old is also being monitored by Roma and both sides like his versatility.