Paris Saint-Germain’s recent summer transfer window was chaotic as the club had multiple urgent needs that it needed to fill. For one, the club needed a replacement for the departing backup center-forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and eventually found one in Moise Kean. The Italian forward is currently on a season-long loan stint with PSG and has already met expectations with four goals in all competitions so far this season.
At this rate, PSG would likely be more than pleased at possibly signing Kean on a permanent transfer deal when the loan stint is up. But the club may not get the opportunity to do so.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti spoke over at a recent press conference (via Liverpool Echo) about Kean’s situation with the Blues. Ancelotti dropped further information about Kean’s status with Everton and overall thoughts on watching him play for PSG as of late.
“We decided to allow him to go on loan, to play more, to have more opportunity to play more,” Ancelotti said. “He is showing his quality and he will be back next season. I didn’t speak with him but I saw him score four goals in two games. This is good for Paris Saint Germain, for him and for us also.”
Kean likely may not have a starting role with Everton upon return due to the developing form of Dominic Calvert-Lewin. With PSG, the club is counting on Mauro Icardi to remain being the starting center-forward on the team. So, it will certainly be interesting to see on how Kean’s future will be resolved with both clubs.
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