Everton pair Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean 'could spearhead mass exodus'

Everton pair Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean ‘could spearhead mass exodus at Goodison Park’ just one year after pair joined Toffees for a staggering £62.5m

  • Everton could be willing to listen to offers for a number of first-team players
  • The Toffees have embarked on another big spending spree during the summer
  • The likes of Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean could be moved on for the right price  

Everton could be set to allow Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean leave the club – just 12 months after signing the pair for a mammoth £62.5million.

The Toffees have splashed the cash this summer in an attempt to revamp Carlo Ancelotti’s squad, with Allan, Abdoulaye Doucoure and James Rodriguez all coming on board.

The Premier League club now need to recoup some of their summer outlay, and according to the Mirror, they are willing to listen to offers for a number of first-team squad members.

Alex Iwobi could be set to leave Everton just 12 months after arriving at Goodison Park

Moise Kean was also brought in as part of a big spending spree last summer but could move on

That includes Alex Iwobi, who signed from Arsenal for £35million just 12 months ago, and Moise Kean, who has already been linked with a return to Juventus after struggling in his first season on Merseyside following a £27.5million move.

Others could be offloaded, too, with the likes of Gylfi Sigurdsson, Bernard and Theo Walcott on big wages but not necessarily central to Ancelotti’s vision for the club. 

The likes of Yannick Bolasie, Mo Besic and Sandro Ramirez could all be moved on on permanent deals after spending last season out on loan. Cenk Tosun is also surplus to requirements.  

Iwobi’s first season at Everton fizzled out after a promising start, the winger failing to add to his goalscoring tally after scoring twice in his first three competitive appearances.

Carlo Ancelotti has revamped his side, with the likes of James Rodriguez coming on board 

Likewise, Italian striker Kean had trouble in front of goal, scoring just twice in his first season in England.  

Kean appeared as a last-minute substitute as Everton got their campaign off to a winning start against Tottenham on Sunday. 

Meanwhile, Iwobi was left out entirely of Ancelotti’s matchday squad, adding to the speculation regarding the Nigeria international’s future. 

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