Ancelotti could turn 'Underused' Everton ace into 'Completely different player' - Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson has tipped new Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti to transform Moise Kean after the striker’s difficult start to life at Goodison Park.

The former Spurs and England goalkeeper, speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, says fans could see a “completely different player” under the Italian manager

Kean, 19, is yet to find the back of the net for the Toffees after his move from Juventus, with former manager Marco Silva said to have had issues with the teenager’s discipline.

Robinson says he cannot see the same problems arising with Ancelotti at the helm and insists fans could see a transformed striker over the coming weeks and months.

Robinson told Football Insider: “It will be interesting how he deals with Moise Kean because I think that’s a real asset that Everton have got that’s been underused.

“His discipline off the field hasn’t been as it should be, I don’t think they’ll have that problem under Carlo Ancelotti, I think that’ll be sorted out very quickly. 

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“I think we may see Moise Kean get a lot more starts and I think we may see a completely different player to what the Everton fans have seen already.” 

Kean has played 17 times for the Toffees since his move from Juventus but has just contributed just one assist during his time in attack.

He scored eight times in 21 appearances for the Italian heavyweights, while he has two goals in three games for his country.

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