Struggling compared to previous seasons, Paris Saint-Germain have decisions to make in the summer.

The arrival of Mauricio Pochettino at the helm will have changed some summer plans compared to those in place when Thomas Tuchel was in charge, but one thing appears to remain the same: Moise Kean should stay.

That’s been the narrative for quite some time now, since the Italian striker has impressed in the French capital since arriving from Everton on loan, scoring 11 league goals in 19 appearances, as well as helping the club see off Barcelona in the Champions League.

With no pre-agreed fee to make the move permanent, any transfer would have to be negotiated from scratch, meaning Carlo Ancelotti and Marcel Brands would have to agree to losing their valuable asset.

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While Kean’s initial stint at Goodison Park didn’t go to plan, he would be returning fully reinvigorated, but Leonardo, the technical director at Paris Saint-Germain, will do everything in his power to stop that.

According to Calciomercato, the Brazilian has made two decisions ahead of the summer, having a ‘clear idea’ of what he wants to do.

The first will be to put Mauro Icardi on the transfer market, and the second will be to ‘work on the redemption of Everton’s Moise Kean’.

There you have it.