Paul Robinson has slammed the “attitude and application” of Everton striker Moise Kean after he moved to Paris Saint-Germain on loan for the season.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, the former Leeds United and England goalkeeper said he thought that the 20-year-old had the ability to be a successful Premier League striker.
Kean joined the Toffees from Italian giants Juventus last summer but failed to make an impact on Merseyside.
↩️ | Moise Kean will spend the remainder of 2020/21 on loan at @PSG_inside.
Best of luck for the season, Moise! 🔵
— Everton (@Everton) October 4, 2020
He has now joined last season’s Champions League finalists on loan with the French club reportedly holding an option to buy the Italian at the end of the season.
Kean was fined two weeks wages in April for holding a party at his house despite national lockdown restrictions.
Everton chiefs were reportedly “appalled” at his actions and therefore issued him with the maximum fine they could.
Asked by Football Insider what he made of Kean securing a deadline day move, Robinson said: “I was disappointed with that one because even up until the end of last season I held out hopes for him.
“I saw bits of him at Juve and I thought he was a decent striker and I really thought he could have done something in the Premier League.
“But his attitude and application clearly weren’t there.”
Kean featured in 31 Premier League games for Everton but only six of them were starts.
Across all competitions he played 37 games for the Toffees, scoring four goals and providing two assists.
He joined the club as a highly-rated teenager from Juventus with a goal record of 11 in 35 Serie A games.