Paris Saint-Germain wants to do everything in its capabilities to keep forward Moise Kean, who’s on loan from Everton FC. The 21-year-old had rediscovered the form he possessed during the 2018-19 season when Kean appeared in 21 fixtures for Juventus FC and scored eight goals as a teenager.
After the capital club’s win over FC Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League, The Toffees wanted €80-million for Kean. A few days passed, and the demands lowered as the Premier League side is eyeing a transfer fee between €45-million and €50-million for Kean, Fabrizio Romano (via Paris Fans) reports.
However, one person wouldn’t pay the price that Everton is reportedly seeking. In an interview with L‘Équipe, a scout from a European club spoke with the French media outlet, where they stated how much PSG should be willing to pay for Kean.
“You have to take into account the crisis and the fact that the English are generally expensive. €30-million, no more,” the scout said. “If PSG buys [Kean] for €20-million, it is a good deal.“
The French giants are looking at various options to keep Kean in Paris, including a deal in which they extend his loan. Nonetheless, they’ll need to see, which of these options Everton will accept, that’s if they’re willing to budge from their initial stance.
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