Moise Kean has extra motivation to shine for Everton following the reaction from fans since he joined the club.
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Everton have signed teenage Italy striker Moise Kean from Juventus.
Everton are expected to finalise two more signings in the next few days as Juventus forward Moise Kean is set to arrive for a medical in the next 24 hours.
Everton are closing in on a move for teenage Juventus striker Moise Kean.
Anti-discrimination charity Kick It Out has labelled the Italian Football Federation’s decision not to punish Cagliari after their fans racially abused Juventus’ Moise Kean as “disgraceful”.
Raheem Sterling has described football’s racism problem as “deep” and “nowhere near being sorted”, and believes the organisations that run the game are not doing nearly enough to try to fix it.
Derby midfielder Duane Holmes and Wigan wing-back Nathan Byrne became the latest players to be subjected to alleged racist abuse while in action for their clubs over the weekend.
Moise Kean came off the bench to fire Juventus to the brink of defending their Serie A title in a 2-1 victory over AC Milan in Turin on Saturday.
England defender Danny Rose has hit out at the punishments for racism in football, admitting he has “had enough” of the current problems in the game and “can’t wait” for his career to end.
There are no “quick-fire ways” to tackle racism in football – with the “slow burner” of education in the stands and society offering hope of progression, according to former England defender Paul Parker.
Chris Hughton claims his admiration for Raheem Sterling has increased further after the Manchester City forward challenged Leonardo Bonucci’s controversial comments on racial abuse.
Former England defender Paul Parker believes “too many good men” have “stood their ground” in the face of racial abuse to see players now deciding to walk off the pitch.
Leonardo Bonucci has backtracked on suggestions his Juventus team-mate Moise Kean was partly responsible for the racist abuse he received from Cagliari supporters by insisting he was “misunderstood”.
Raheem Sterling branded criticism of Moise Kean laughable while the Italian Football Federation issued an apology after the teenage Juventus striker was racially abused by fans.
Juventus captain Giorgio Chiellini insists team-mate Moise Kean did nothing wrong by celebrating a goal in the face of racist abuse from opposition fans during the win at Cagliari.
Raheem Sterling has branded criticism of Moise Kean laughable after the Juventus striker was racially abused by fans on Tuesday.
Juventus forward Moise Kean was subjected to racist abuse from the stands as the Serie A leaders won 2-0 at Cagliari, but the 19-year-old took a stance of defiance after scoring a late second goal.
Nicolo Barella and Moise Kean scored in either half as Italy launched their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a 2-0 win against Finland in Udine.