Moise Kean’s agents are ‘hard at work’ to find him a club this summer, with Juventus keen to buy him permanently from Everton and then sell him on.

That’s according to Gazzetta Dello Sport, who say ‘patience is required’ before a solution can be found for the Italian striker.

Kean is currently on loan at Juventus, having returned to his former club last summer on a two-year deal.

That saw the Italian giants pay €3m in the first year and €4m for the second and includes a mandatory purchase obligation of €28m if a series of objectives are met next season.

That’s very likely to happen, but Juventus aren’t keen on keeping the striker long-term, and numerous reports out of Italy have made it clear they are looking to exercise that clause this year and sell the striker on.

Gazzetta back that up today, stating that Kean has also decided to move on as he doesn’t want to spend another season on the sidelines behind Dusan Vlahovic.

Juve, and manager Max Allegri, are happy to let him go to, and so the player’s entourage are ‘hard at work’ trying to find him a new club for next season.

They know Juventus are willing to exercise the option they have with Everton this summer and then ‘resell him’ immediately, but just need to find a club to buy him.

They had been hoping Paris Saint-Germain would enter the market after Kean’s successful loan spell there, but for the moment, that option hasn’t emerged.

Instead, the market is leading them elsewhere, with options in Spain and England being explored for their client.

They won’t be rushing into any decision, though, and ‘patience is required’ for them to find ‘the right fit’.

Everton, meanwhile, are sat on the sidelines waiting for the situation to play out, but there is a growing confidence they will be getting their €28m a year ahead of schedule.