Juventus forward Moise Kean is set to fly out tomorrow morning for his Everton medical, completing the €30m plus bonuses transfer.
He had been expected to leave this evening and stay in a hotel ahead of the tests, but Sky Sport Italia report he’ll take the flight on Saturday morning and do the medical that same day.
He’ll then put pen to paper on the five-year contract, worth €3m per year plus performance-related bonuses.
Juve are set to pocket €30m as a fixed fee with up to another €10m in various add-ons.
There is no formalised buy-back option, but the Bianconeri will be given the chance to match any future offer if Kean is sold.
The 19-year-old Italy international came up through the Juve academy and was in the final season of his contract.
After two goals in just three senior caps for the Azzurri and with Euro 2020 coming up, his main concern was not money or prestige, but regular playing time.
His father has been speaking to the British Press today about a Manchester United offer, but Kean grew up in a single-parent household with his mother and brother, so has already urged his father not to speak to the media on his behalf.