Moise Kean has only played just two games with Paris Saint-Germain over this season so far and his father is already looking ahead to the forward’s possible next destination.
Jean Kean recently spoke to the Italian-based outlet CalcioInPillole about his son, Moise. The Italian forward just recently joined PSG on a season-long loan deal from Everton on transfer deadline day. The deal reportedly includes a buy option. But for Jean Kean, he hopes that his son will instead return to play with his homegrown club.
“What I want is for my son to return to play in Italy as soon as possible,” Jean Kean said. “Here he grew up, here he became what he is now and it is right for him to return to his country.”
“This summer when there were rumors of Moise’s return to Juventus, I was very happy and hoped he would return, but in the end they preferred another player. Even though I know it’s not over here, I am convinced that sooner or later we will see him again in our championship.
“I hope one day to see him again in Turin.”
Jean Kean also would be open to seeing his son join Inter Milan, a club in which he says that the forward was once linked with.
For the moment, Moise Kean is with PSG, which could become his long-term team if the club decides to go on and trigger the buy option. The buy option fee is set for €20 million, which is certainly a price that the club will give serious consideration to in coming to terms with.
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