When Moise Kean arrived on loan at Paris Saint-Germain, the 20-year-old was looking to repair his confidence after a bad season with Everton FC.
In his first season with The Toffees, the Italy international appeared in 29 matches but only started six, which resulted in two goals while averaging 29 minutes per SofaScore. As a result, Everton loaned him to the capital club, where Kean’s found the form he had with Juventus FC.
Kean has ten goals in 17 appearances for Les Parisiens, and it’s because of this form that PSG is looking to make the young striker’s stay in the French capital a permanent one. Sky Sport reported that PSG is ready to come with a €34-million (£31-million) bid.
However, according to talkSPORT’s transfer guru Alex Crook, Everton is dismissive of selling Kean at the moment.
“Everton will resist any offer from Paris Saint-Germain to sign Moise Kean permanently in this window,” Crook said.
Furthermore, former PSG and current Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti still believes that Kean can succeed in the Premier League.
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