The situation of Moise Kean continues to be a big discussion around Europe, such is the season the Everton loanee is currently having.

Sent to Paris Saint-Germain to rekindle his career after a rather disappointing first season in England, the young Italian striker has showcased his ability to its fullest with the Ligue 1 champions, scoring aplenty and proving extremely useful to both Thomas Tuchel and Mauricio Pochettino.

That’s why there’s been plenty of talk of the French side wanting to keep Kean beyond the current campaign, but with no pre-agreed purchase clause, the power is almost entirely in the hands of Marcel Brands.

We already covered a story earlier on Monday claiming the forward was happy in Paris and wouldn’t mind staying, but that might not be the only option at his disposal this summer.

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Gazzetta dello Sport go out of their way to throw Juventus back in the ring, with Kean’s former side not forgetting how good he was for them at such a young age before the decision to let him go.

Describing him as being ‘the protagonist of an excellent season’, the issue with the 22-year-old’s situation is that Everton ‘didn’t agree a price’ with Paris Saint-Germain, meaning new negotiations will be needed between the two clubs.

Gazzetta then add, ‘around the corner, Juventus are hoping to take advantage of the situation’, and the newspaper kindly give us some percentages relating to where they think Kean will be next year.

As things stand, there’s a 50% chance he’ll remain in Paris, with Everton and Juventus both given 20%, while the remaining 10% is just ‘other clubs’.

Certainly something to keep an eye on.