Juventus has an aim at bringing back current Paris Saint-Germain forward Moise Kean to the club over the next summer transfer window, according to a report from the Italian-based outlet CalcioMercato.
The report mentions that Juventus chief football officer Fabio Paratici made an attempt to sign Kean over the recent summer transfer window. The Italian side is just a year removed from sending Kean to Everton on a permanent transfer deal. But of course, Kean wound up then joining PSG on a season-long loan deal.
Juventus will make another attempt to sign Kean, but this potential signing will hinge on two key factors. For one, the Serie A side will be wary of the asking price that Everton may settle with for the Italian forward. On the other hand, Kean’s club preference will play a significant role in whether he may rejoin Juventus or stay with Everton following his current loan move. The report notes that for now, Kean has a focus on his current run with PSG and also on aiming to make Italy’s Euro 2020 final squad list.
Juventus may face competition from PSG for Kean. The French side is reportedly pondering whether to push forward with making the current loan move a permanent transfer stay.
As mentioned, it may come down to just where Kean will want to play football at next season.
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