Everton boss Marco Silva assures Moise Kean still has "all the support" of the club after a difficult start in England.
The former Juventus striker looks to be on the road to redemption, his two goals for Italy Under-21s against Armenia midweek followed by a return to the Toffees' squad for their visit of Norwich City tomorrow.
Kean set Everton back almost €30m in August, but Silva made it clear he was not willing to give up on the 19-year-old so quickly.
"Moise has all the support here. He has all the support from me, his teammates," he said at a press conference.
"What is most important is what I speak to him directly."
The coach then referred to Liverpool's Fabinho, who initially struggled in the Premier League after signing from Monaco two years ago.
"He wants to play in our team and is working hard... players with more experience than him, for example Fabinho, have come to the Premier League and not played much at first.”
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