Newly-promoted Premier League club Fulham are keen on signing Everton striker Moise Kean, who is currently on loan at Juventus.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Everton youngster Moise Kean has emerged as a summer transfer target for newly-promoted Premier League side Moise Kean.

The 22-year-old is currently on loan at Juventus, the club where he came through the ranks at the youth level. Kean’s second coming to the Allianz Stadium has, however, been less than stellar, and he looks set to seek new pastures this summer.

A return to England could be on the cards, with Fulham and Nottingham Forest interested. The duo gained promotion to the top flight and will be keen to strengthen their frontlines this summer to have a better chance of staying up in the 2022/23 campaign.

Fulham blitzed through the EFL Championship with consummate ease, winning the second division by a canter. The Premier League is a whole another ball game, and they cannot afford to not strengthen their ranks in the coming weeks.

Moise Kean on Fulham's radar. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Moise Kean is on Fulham’s radar. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

The Cottagers will also need to replace young sensation Fabio Carvalho, who has agreed to join Liverpool. The 19-year-old’s departure will leave a void of creativity and goalscoring that needs to be filled. It thus comes as little surprise that Fulham are seeing a move for Kean.

The young Italian international is primarily a centre-forward but can also do a job on the left wing. Aleksandar Mitrovic continues to be Marco Silva’s go-to-striker but also having Kean as an alternative will hand the Spaniard enough strength in depth.

Kean does not appear to be convinced about moving to Craven Cottage. The 22-year-old Everton striker is less than thrilled about moving to a newly promoted side and is seeking other alternatives. Juventus, for their part, have shown little to no interest in keeping him on for the 2022/23 campaign.

Everton, too, need a rebuild, but there is little news coming out of Goodison Park that is in favour of keeping Kean on. The Italian international might have been an extremely promising talent a few years ago, but his stock has fallen since and requires rekindling.

A move to Craven Cottage might not be the most glamorous option, but it could hand Kean the lifeline he needs to resurrect his career. Not only can he secure regular playing time, but Silva’s attacking approach will also allow him to express himself better at Fulham. Whether the young attacker will change his mind in the coming weeks or hold out for a better alternative remains to be seen.

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