Juventus striker Moise Kean has insisted his time with Everton was a great experience, despite his struggles at the club.
Kean returned to Juventus on a loan deal from Everton this summer, signing a two-year deal that includes a purchase clause at the end of it.
The move brought about an end to a two-year spell with Everton, who he joined from Juventus in a £24.75m deal from Juventus in 2019.
He arrived at Goodison Park with a big reputation and many predicting big things from him, but ultimately the move did not work out, with him managing just four goals and two assists in 39 games for the club.
Indeed, for much of his time there, the Italian looked completely miserable to be at the club, so much so that he spent last season on loan at Paris Saint Germain.
That proved to be a far more beneficial spell as he managed 17 goals and one assist in 41 games, but he insists that both were beneficial in their own way.
“They were great experiences; I learned so many things,” TuttoMercatoWeb report him saying at his Juventus press conference.
“I was very lucky, I learned a lot of things I didn’t know, and now I’m here at a big club like Juve.
“I’ve always had Juve in my heart; wearing this shirt always gives great emotion. As soon as I had the chance to return, I did it.”