Moise Kean rediscovered his confidence while at Paris Saint-Germain, and the 21-year-old has publicly stated his preference to remain with the capital club once his loan expired.
The feeling is mutual as the French giants would like to see Kean stick around and follow up his 17 goal season with an even better campaign. According to Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano, PSG would like to secure another loan deal for Kean, where they’d pay the same fee as last season.
Nonetheless, Everton FC will take its time deciding Kean’s future, considering they’re undergoing a managerial search following the departure of Carlo Ancelotti, who left for Real Madrid. It will likely be up to the new manager to review whether Kean is part of his plans.
Meanwhile, Everton hasn’t budged from its asking price as Romano states that The Toffees want €45-million for the forward. If the English club declines another loan, and PSG isn’t willing to meet their price, they’ll have to figure out another plan.
Mauro Icardi would be the only first-team striker unless they plan on giving Arnaud Kalimuendo a look as the 19-year-old scored eight goals in 30 appearances for RC Lens.
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