Juventus 'willing to offer Everton Aaron Ramsey in transfer swap for Moise Kean this summer amid Liverpool interest'
JUVENTUS are reportedly willing to offer Everton Aaron Ramsey in a swap deal for Moise Kean.
Welshman Ramsey has been heavily linked with a move away from the Serie A giants with Liverpool and West Ham said to be leading the race.
But the midfielder, 30, could be headed to the blue side of Merseyside, according to TuttoJuve.
Kean, 21, is currently on loan with Paris Saint-Germain until the end of the season after a disappointing spell at Goodison Park – managing just two goals in 31 Premier League games.
But the Italian has done well in France, scoring 11 goals in 20 appearances.
While he is behind the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Mauro Icardi, Kean has looked a lot sharper.
And his excellent form is said to have attracted interest from his old side Juve.
The Old Lady are said to be willing to offer cash plus Ramsey – who earns £400,000-a-week – or Douglas Costa for Kean.
Juve value both players at around £13million each. And with Kean said to be worth £34.5m the difference would have to be made up in cash.
Kean spent nine years in Turin working his way through the youth ranks before enjoying a breakout 2018-19 campaign in the senior squad.
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He joined Everton the following summer with then-Juve chief Maurizio Sarri believed to not be a fan.
Ramsey is said to be considering interest from both Liverpool and West Ham.
The ambitious Hammers sit fifth in the table and will be keen to bolster their squad if they qualify for Europe.
But in order to afford the former Arsenal man, David Moyes' side would almost certainly have to leapfrog Chelsea and reach the Champions League which looks unlikely.
Since leaving Arsenal for Juventus on a free transfer in 2019, the midfielder has failed to consistently star for the Bianconeri.
In 61 appearances, he has just six goals and missed the weekend defeat to Benevento due to a thigh injury.
That same problem will keep Ramsey out of Wales' World Cup qualifiers against Belgium and Czech Republic.
This summer also promises to be a key moment for Juventus, given their financial difficulties and the fact they may yet fail to qualify for the Champions League.
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