Do Everton really have a chance of luring Juventus’ Serie A starlet Moise Kean to the Premier League after reportedly making a £26 million bid?
Mino Raiola is a dangerous man to get involved with.
The motor-mouthed super-agent represents some of the biggest and most reputable stars in world football from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Paul Pogba, Mario Balotelli to Marco Verratti.
But, as the likes of Manchester United and AC Milan will tell you on the back of those unseemly Pogba and Gigi Donarumma sagas, Raiola is a man who looks after himself and his ‘family’ of clients first and foremost. Whether through ridiculous contract demands, massive agents fees or the threat of forcing departures, Raiola has frequently ruffled the feathers of some of Europe’s biggest clubs.
So with Everton seemingly ‘Kean’ to bring Italy’s brightest young talent to Goodison Park, they must be wary.
According to Calciomercato, The Toffees have made an ambitious £26 million bid for Juventus’ Serie A-winning wonderkid Moise Kean.
And claims from Gazzetta dello Sport suggests that Raiola could help Everton complete a deal which would stun world football. Apparently, Raiola will encourage Kean to consider a move away from Italy this summer, perhaps because he sees greater financial opportunities in one of Europe’s more marketable leagues – like England’s.
SEE ALSO: Everton risk missing summer’s best bargain as Arsenal will reportedly hold £7m talks But if Everton do pull of a remarkable transfer coup by bringing Kean to Goodison Park, consider this; if the 19-year-old was to shine in his debut season in the famous blue shirt, Raiola will more than likely push for a bigger and more lucrative move at the first opportunity.
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