Paris Saint-Germain want Everton's Moise Kean on another season-long loan
Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Everton striker Moise Kean on another season-long loan, according to Sky Sports Italy journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The Italian transfer expert revealed on his Twitter account last night that the French giants want a temporary deal for the youngster again with the Toffees still holding out for £38.8million (€45million).
However, the sudden departure of manager Carlo Ancelotti from the Goodison Park outfit yesterday has changed things, with the next boss expected to have a huge say on Kean’s future.
Paris Saint-Germain have asked for Moise Kean on loan [paying a fee as last summer] for one more season. Everton will decide on Kean’s future only after having appointed the new manager – price tag has always been around €45m. 🔵🇮🇹 #PSG #EFC
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 1, 2021
Does Kean still have a future at Everton?
While the 21-year-old fell out of favour under Ancelotti, the Italian’s successor could be keen on him.
Kean has proven that he is not just a flash in the pan despite his struggles at Everton in 2019-20, ending 2020-21 with 17 goals for PSG.
He missed out on Italy’s European Championships 26-man squad and would be available early for pre-seasons preparations should the next Toffees boss decides to run the rule on him first.
With no continental football available at Everton next season, Kean could prefer a permanent exit or another temporary move to join PSG, and the club would not be keen on keeping a player against his wishes.
Should the new manager fail to convince him or vice-versa, then we think it is best for both club and player to part ways.
A return to Juventus has also been mooted, with Gazzetta claiming a reunion with manager Massimiliano Allegri could be on the cards.
While Everton would wait for their new manager before making a decision, Kean will most likely have the final say in all these, and a return to Merseyside just does not look feasible.
In other Everton news, Report shares what Ancelotti told Farhad Moshiri as he forced his way out of Everton.