Loaned out to Juventus for two seasons with an almost obligatory big option to buy, Everton thought they’d managed to recoup the money spent on Moise Kean.

However, his season in Turin has been anything but spectacular, which has led to a lot of speculation regarding his future, with many claims the Serie A side were trying to wriggle their way out of the agreement with the Toffees.

That has yet to happen, but it’s not something they’ve given up on, regardless of the fact his winning goal against Sassuolo on Monday night helped them all but secure a Champions League spot for next season.

Corriere dello Sport state Juventus and Mino Raiola ‘are working to understand if they can find a way out of the agreement with Everton or alternatively an immediate solution on the market’.

This is a conversation that will ‘be resumed at the end of the season’, but Kean ‘can only be satisfied’ with his game against Sassuolo.

Over at Gazzetta dello Sport, they point out that his goal ‘must be for him a starting point and not a finishing line’, as Juventus are ‘reflecting on him’ because ‘his contractual situation is not simple’.

Should ‘offers arrive, the club would evaluate them’, and it’s pointed out that ‘this goal can have an effect on his future’.

Something Everton will be keeping an eye on, because getting that money this summer, one way or another, could be huge for them considering their current precarious position in the Premier League.