By Declan Walsh

18th Nov, 2020 | 9:01pm

Fabrizio Romano shares update on future of Moise Kean at Everton

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti wants Moise Kean back at Goodison Park after the striker’s loan spell at Paris Saint-Germain expires, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Reporting via CalcioMercato’s website, the Sky Sports Italy journalist wrote that PSG and Kean’s former club Juventus both want to sign the 20-year-old when his loan spell in Ligue 1 is over.

However, Ancelotti seems to believe that Kean could still have a future on Merseyside despite his less-than-impressive start to life in the Premier League last season.

Last summer, Everton spent £25million [Telegraph] on signing Kean from Juventus.

The Italy international scored just two goals in 29 Premier League appearances, with only six of those appearances being as a starter.

Since joining PSG on a season-long loan – which doesn’t include an option for a permanent deal – Kean has scored five goals in six starts and once appearance off the bench.

You can understand why PSG would want to sign Kean permanently basis on this form and Romano reports that the Ligue 1 champions would enter serious negotiations if his performances remain at the level they’re at.

But Everton hold all the cards here.

Kean still has over three years left on his contract at Goodison Park so there’ll be no rush to sell the promising young Italian.

Of course, PSG and Juventus are massive clubs and if Kean is playing regularly in France, he might want to stay there.

But Everton have shown glimpses of a team able to qualify for Europe this season and that could also help keep hold of a player like Kean.

The 20-year-old is still in the early stages of his loan spell at PSG and a lot can happen between now and when his temporary deal expires next year.

We’re happy to see him doing well because even if it does result in the forward leaving Goodison Park permanently, at least he might help the club make some money.

In other Everton news, Kevin Campbell has reacted to speculation linking Isco with a move to Merseyside.