Everton’s Moise Kean moved to Paris Saint-Germain on a loan deal in the final week of the last transfer window and he’s had a good start to his temporary spell with the Ligue 1 winners.
The striker has five goals and an assist in seven appearances in all competitions for PSG.
According to Calciomercato, PSG sporting director Leonardo ‘has had a passion’ for the Toffees owned player for years as he considers Kean, who has ‘huge potential’, as the ‘forward of the future’.
Therefore, the possibility of taking the 20-year-old to Parc des Princes was something he couldn’t miss, especially after Leonardo failed to sign him for his former club, AC Milan.
PSG took the Italy international on a dry loan deal because the Merseyside club’s demands to sanction Kean’s sale were ‘very high’. It’s the same reason why Juventus ‘pulled back’ from bringing the frontman back to the club in the summer.
It’s claimed Carlo Ancelotti wants his compatriot back at Goodison Park next season, but the French champions ‘intend to sit down seriously at the table’ with Everton, if Kean continues to extend his fine form.
Kean is still on Juve’s radar as the Turin club have ‘always liked’ him. As per the report, they sold him to Everton in 2019 for ‘budgetary reasons’ and also because it was difficult for the attacker to feature regularly with the Old Lady.
Calciomercato warns the ‘roads could cross again’ in the future, suggesting Juventus could consider bringing Kean back to the club.
However, PSG ‘want him’, while Everton ‘await’ for him to return from his loan spell with Thomas Tuchel’s side.