The Italian has grown increasingly frustrated at Goodison Park, due to a lack of game time, which means he is now looking for an exit route back to his old club.
While Raiola is working on getting a deal done, it is suggested any move to Andrea Pirlo’s side will be struck late in the transfer window, as Juve have more pressing matters they want to deal with first.
It is also stated that the Serie A champions are only able to favour a loan deal, with a clause to buy him potentially being inserted. Everton are not keen on the idea of letting him leave on loan.
This disagreement surrounding the deal’s structure could add even more time to Kean’s wait for his Everton departure.
Kean will likely feel that he has already had to be patient, having been afforded 1,141 minutes of football (the equivalent of just under 13 full matches) since joining Everton last summer.
Looking at this season, he has managed just 13 minutes in the Premier League out of a possible 270, despite scoring in both of his Carabao Cup matches, against Salford City and Fleetwood Town – the second of which came off the bench.
However, he must maintain further patience and show the right attitude to make himself look like the best possible proposition for Juventus – and to give himself a chance of getting some minutes at Everton if that deal doesn’t come about.
The Carabao Cup is where Kean has got his chances so far this term, and with their next match being against West Ham United on 30th September, there is a chance he could get a look in – whether that is as a substitute or starter.
It should be noted that even if Kean does get his move to Juventus, he is likely going to need to be patient in his pursuit of game time, as he will be up against the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Therefore, while the youngster has shown he has various qualities, patience will be the most important for him in the next couple of months, regardless of what happens.