This is due to Debian kernal packages needing /boot to support symlink. On UEFI systems /boot/efi needs to be formatted to FAT partition. In the past blog, we will need to add the additional step of mounting the /boot partition at /boot/efi.
The steps to release this issue are as follows:
#umount -l /boot
Change the mount point from /boot/ to /boot/efi
Save your changes.
# mount -a
#cp -a /boot/efi/. /boot/
# sudo apt-get reinstall linux-image
You should be good to go. Feel free to drop any feedback in the comments or on Twitter.