The priority for Paris Saint-Germain heading into this summer will be trying to keep forward Moise Kean. The 21-year-old has found his confidence with the capita club. In 33 appearances, the striker has scored 17 goals in all competitions.
Despite having a forgetful first season with Everton FC, manager Carlo Ancelotti and The Toffees still value Kean. As a result, they’re putting a high transfer fee price on the Italy international.
According to Calciomercato, Everton’s asking price for Kean is €50-million. It’s €15-million more than what PSG sporting director Leonardo is initially offering.
Tuttomercatoweb reports that the Brazilian has a €35-million offer for Kean; however, that will fall short of Everton’s demands.
If Les Parisiens want to keep Kean, they’ll have to offload players. Mauro Icardi is the prime candidate, but the reported moves have PSG letting him return to Italy on loan. Nonetheless, the French giants would need a potential Icardi departure to be a sale rather than a loan with an option to buy.
Everton has named their price. It will be interesting to see if PSG can get The Toffees to lower it or secure funds to make Kean’s stay in the French capital a permanent one.
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