Juventus have rejected a bid from Everton for Moise Kean, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport’s Nicolo Schira, so should the Blues bid again?

According to the report, The Toffees made a bid of €30m for the Italian international but that was turned away by the Serie A champions.

It looks like Marco Silva wants to bring in a new striker as neither Cenk Tosun or Dominic Calvert-Lewin have scored enough goals to justify being the Blues’ main forward.

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Juventus are happy to keep Kean but they’ve got plenty of attacking options and as such, they could sell the 19-year-old for the right price.

Quite what that price would be is unclear but Everton are desperate to find themselves a reliable goalscoring striker; they’ve been searching for one for a number of seasons.

However, Kean is still a very young player and is still a bit raw, so is he worth paying more than €30m for?

In a market where teenagers can be sold for upwards of €80m, it could be worth Everton taking the risk on Kean because if he pays off, they could get themselves a relative bargain.

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