Moise Kean has heaped praise and gratitude on Cristiano Ronaldo for the influence he had on his career, describing him as “the best.”
Moise Kean has struggled since he swapped Juventus for Everton. The young Italian attacker has found life in the Premier League difficult to adapt to.
Although since the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti as the manager it is thought that his compatriot has helped the 20-year-old with the assimilation and changes.
Starting his career in Turin, he had the privilege of playing on some of the biggest stages, and alongside some of the games biggest stars.
Speaking to Everton’s official website he describes some of his most challenging rivals, as well as his most influential teammates. A certain Cristiano Rolando stands out to Kean.
He said of being on the same team as CR7:
“Everyone knows how he is an unbelievable player – he is the best – but you also have to look at the person, and he is a good person.”
“He helped me so much when I was at Juve.”
At the Allianz Stadium Champions League football is a given, and with it comes some of the best competition in the game. Kean reveals who his toughest opponents were.
“There are two who stand out – Neymar and Angel Di Maria. I came up against them when Juventus played PSG and they are both fantastic players.”
It remains to be seen if Kean will fulfill his potential at Goodison Park. But regardless he feels he has struck up a good relationship with the Everton faithful and holds their support in high regard.
“I have had a few nice moments, scoring my first goal for Everton, in the game against Newcastle, was also a great feeling. I loved celebrating with the Everton fans – I have a great relationship with them.”