The Moise Kean transfer saga has continued all year and can further have twists and turns as we inch closer to the summer transfer window. Following an underwhelming debut season in England, Kean was loaned by Everton to PSG at the start of the season.
Juventus were also one of the most interested parties, hoping to sign Kean back on loan with an option to buy. The Royal Blues’ reluctance to sell him saw the deal not go through and instead the French giants had their man.
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Since moving to PSG, Kean has defied the critics and performed exceedingly well. PSG Sporting director Leonardo is completely convinced that the reborn striker can help PSG achieve greater heights and become one of the important players in the attacking department.
The Old Lady were surely defeated in the Kean race last summer but they are ready to try their luck once again this time. With Andrea Pirlo aiming to shuffle the squad and instil a young group of players in the team, the 21-year-old is still on the shortlist of Juventus. Kean’s desire will also play a part and it appears that the Italian has made a call on his future.
Everton man Moise Kean favours a move to PSG
According to Calciomercato, Kean has decided to continue in Paris beyond this season. Juve got in contact with Kean’s agent Mino Raiola, to check if the striker still thinks of playing for Bianconeri but the Italian’s idea is clear to play in the PSG colours.
Kean has established a strong relationship with his teammates and manager Mauricio Pochettino keeps him in his plans, which gives confidence to the 21-year-old. However, PSG and Leonardo will have to still negotiate with Everton after the end of this season.
Even though Carlo Ancelotti was always happy to have Kean, it strikingly appears that Kean’s future lies away from Merseyside. Kean’s valuations have soared high as the Toffees ask for €50 million to sanction the sale. Even the endless pockets of PSG have been curtailed the ramifications of the Corona Virus pandemic leave gaping holes on club finances.
Leonardo is working over a solution with previous suggestions stating the Ligue 1 giants will try for another loan with an option to buy. He doesn’t want to miss out on Kean and Everton would like to have the cash this summer as they also try to strengthen the squad and solve the hurting issues in the team.
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