30M for Kean seems a little steep. Would've thought Everton might have spent it on a more established talent. His experience - or lack of it - makes him more of an understudy? Surely they aren't expecting him to lead the line as their main man?
Juve fans seem to mix feelings about the deal, but a couple did catch my eye.
People like to get excited. He had one great month, but it was against Udinese, Cagliari, Empoli, Finland, Lichtenstein.
Nah, he scored 11 goals in SerieA and had just one good season. Imho it's kinda a bet for Everton: if he keeps getting better, they have good material in their hands. 30-40mil for a young player is ok
It feels eerily like another Iheanacho situation, where his(Kean) goal tally was getting propped up by virtue of playing in the best team in Italy. As soon as he joins a team less dominant, his returns drops markedly, from 7 in 17 at Juve to 4 in 20 at Verona.
I don't get this signing at all, Everton obviously have the money to spend but they've gone and chosen someone that is by every metric very raw.