Moise Kean burst onto the scene with Juventus FC during the 2018-19 season, where he scored eight goals in 21 fixtures as a teenager. The young forward then leaped the Premier League to join Everton FC, where he faced adversity for the first time in his career.
After scoring only two goals in 2019-20, The Toffees loaned him out to Paris Saint-Germain and has rediscovered his confidence playing in the French capital. Now, as June approaches, so does the expiration date on the Kean loan, and Les Parisiens need to decide what they want to do with this situation.
There’s no denying that Kean is an integral part of the attack. However, with the coronavirus pandemic affecting the capital club’s financial revenue, there’s probably a price they’d be willing to go up to before they have to move on from the 21-year-old striker.
However, ESPN (via Paris Fans) reports that PSG will want to extend Kean’s loan and include an option to buy clause to keep him with the French giants. Perhaps this method is a way of buying time for their financial situation to balance out before paying a transfer fee.
The ball is now in Everton’s court to see if they accept this deal. Fabrizio Romano (via Paris Fans) reports that The Toffees want between €45-million and €50-million for Kean. Furthermore, manager Carlo Ancelotti has stated his desire to include Kean in his squad for the 2021-22 season.
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