Moise Kean impressed during his loan spell at Paris Saint-Germain last season, managing 18 goals and an assist in all competitions.

However, that didn’t help him cement a place at Everton this campaign. Instead, it opened the door for the striker to rejoin Juventus on a two-year loan deal towards the end of the last summer window.

The Serie A side will pay a €7m loan fee [for two years] and there is a mandatory option to buy the 22-year-old, “upon achieving certain sporting goals during the 2022/23 season”.

He has five goals and two assists from 35 matches in all competitions this season, where Kean has been on the pitch for over 1150 minutes.

TuttoMercatoWeb state a return to PSG remains a possibility for the Everton owned player and ‘contacts are underway’. For the deal to take shape in the summer, ‘there are a couple of things to resolve’.

The first one is regarding the agreement that is in place between the Toffees and the Old Lady. Due to this, TMW state PSG ‘will inevitably have to negotiate the outright purchase with Everton, also because the redemption obligation will reasonably be triggered’.

Everton, however, already have a deal in place with Juve, where the latter have a near obligation to make Kean’s deal permanent in 2023. Therefore, the Premier League side don’t have any reason to enter into any negotiations with either the Serie A side or PSG.

Another issue to be resolved for PSG to sign the Italy international is to make room in their squad. This can be done by allowing Mauro Icardi to leave. In other words, the Ligue 1 side must sell the former Inter Milan star ‘to make room for Kean’.

PSG, who are keen on acquiring Kean’s services again, are aware of his qualities. Juve are open to cutting ties with the player, but they must find a way to do it since they already have an agreement in place with Everton.