So, the new season is already upon us, and with that comes a lot of debuts for those who arrived in the Premier League this summer.
We’ll get to see what Tanguy Ndombele can bring to the table. Can Christian Pulisic replace Eden Hazard?
Another exciting new arrival on these shores is 19-year-old starlet Moise Kean, who rocked up at Everton in a £29m deal from Juventus in what could arguably be labelled one of the best signings of the summer.
The teenager has burst onto the scene to be regarded as one of Europe’s brightest prospects, netting six goals in just five league starts last term, and the Toffees have a real gem on their hands.
Let’s take a look at some of the youngster’s best moments from his time with Juventus…
Kean became a record-breaker when he made his first Serie A appearance against Pescara at the age of just 16 years, eight months and 24 days, becoming the first millennial to appear in Italy’s top flight.
He helped the Turin-based side to a 3-0 win after coming on in the 84th minute.
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) November 19, 2016
Once more, the Italian wonderkid broke another record when making his first appearance in the Champions League.
At 16 years and 267 days old, Kean became the first player born this millennium to feature in Europe’s prestigious club competition, and helped his side turn a 1-1 scoreline into a 3-1 win despite coming on with just six minutes left.
— Premier Sports 📺 (@PremierSportsTV) April 2, 2019
Having endured whistles and monkey chants throughout the entirety of Juventus’ away trip to Cagliari, Kean stood tall in the face of the hate after netting the second goal in what turned out to be a 2-0 win.
It showed his strong character and defiance to stand up against racism, and he was widely praised for what he did.
Making his full debut in a European Championship qualifier against Finland, Kean became the youngest player to score in a competitive game for the Azzurri.
You won’t believe which of Liverpool’s Champions League winning side of 2005 is still playing in the video below…
He doubled his tally just days later against Liechtenstein, scoring in each of his first two starts for the Italian senior team.
Moise Kean’s ball control ?pic.twitter.com/jWiZhARHdL
— Goal (@goal) August 4, 2019
Kean showed off his skills with this audacious touch in a Serie A game against Udinese for Juventus, proving that he isn’t just an out-and-out goalscorer.
We hope to see this type of flair in the Premier League this year, although we don’t expect opposition defences to share that sentiment.