Moise Kean will play his final fixture with Paris Saint-Germain this weekend as his loan deal expires next month. There’s uncertainty over Kean’s future, and the 21-year-old went on Instagram, stating his preference to play for the capital club in 2021-22.
Nonetheless, for Kean to remain with the French giants, but Les Parisiens will need to pay a significant transfer fee to keep the striker. According to Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano (via Foot01), Everton FC asks between €45-million and €50-million for Kean.
With Les Parisiens making their preparations to upgrade various positions and an eye to pay a significant sum for Stade Rennais midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, they might not want to pay that fee for Kean.
Although PSG is open to selling Mauro Icardi, they aren’t necessarily shopping the player. They’ll listen to offers and see whether one piques their interest. As a result, if Kean departs and no transfer sum from an Italian side catches their attention, Icardi could remain in Paris for another season.
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