Moise Kean is hopeful that Paris Saint-Germain will make a permanent deal with Everton this summer, despite interest from former club Juventus, according to a report by Le 10 Sport.
Kean rebounded from a tough spell at Goodison Park following his loan transfer to Parc des Princes.
The 21-year-old has scored 11 goals in 20 Ligue 1 games. He has also scored three Champions League goals for Mauricio Pochettino’s men.
Its shape does not go unnoticed elsewhere. Le 10 Sport reports that Juventus are working on an offer to try to bring the youngster back this summer two years after his sale to the Toffees.
Interestingly, the report adds that Kean has made his preference clear. He would be very keen to move permanently to PSG.
It is hinted that reaching a deal may not be easy. It is suggested that Everton will be very greedy in their requests.
TBR View: Everton have the right to take big charges
Everton have agreed to a fee that could see them pay £ 27.5million for Kean (via BBC Sport). And although his time in Merseyside did not work out, he has since confirmed the club’s decision to part ways with a large sum.
The Toffees have every right to demand significant costs, especially with PSG and Juve taking an interest in it.
Carlo Ancelotti will surely have little qualms in the end if Everton don’t get a big offer and Kean stays put.
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