Juventus is giving early consideration to signing current PSG forward Moise Kean on a transfer deal next year, according to a report from the Italian-based outlet CalcioMercato.
Kean is currently on a season-long stint with PSG. There is no option to buy the talent in the deal, so Kean will return to his parent club in Everton next year. But from there, the forward’s future is unclear.
As the report touches on, Juventus may throw its hat into the Kean sweepstakes next year. Kean came up with Juventus and spent two seasons with the club before Everton acquired him on a transfer deal last year. The report adds that Juventus needed to offload the talent due to financial reasons.
Juventus may have competition from PSG for Kean’s signature. For one, the reigning Ligue 1 champions have also reportedly pondered whether to push to sign Kean on a permanent transfer deal.
However, both clubs may not have a real opportunity to sign Kean, as Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti may intervene to block such a deal from happening. Ancelotti recently noted that Kean “will be back next season.”
In the end, it may be up to Kean to decide on which of these three clubs he would prefer to be with following this season.
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