Ahead of the last summer window, and throughout much of it, Juventus were strongly linked with a move for Moise Kean. They wanted to take the player from Everton on a loan deal, with the chance to make the switch permanent at some time in the future.

For months the Italian slant was that Everton simply weren’t interested in such a deal and if Juve wanted the player back they would have to send the transfer fee they’d received from the Toffees back to Goodison Park.

In the end, the Premier League club did agree to a loan, with Kean moving to PSG instead. That switch has proven to be a big success, with the player’s value rising as a consequence.

Le10 Sport publish an exclusive on Monday, stating Kean has now ‘made his choice’ regarding a transfer. he’s said to be happy in Paris, so if he’s allowed to leave Everton again in the summer his decision will be to join the Ligue 1 club.

However, Everton have a rather big say in all of this, and Le10 state the club ‘seem to be very greedy’ when it comes to a transfer fee for the player. That is entirely their right, and it’s now down to PSG to convince the Merseyside club.

It will be no surprise to see claims of players being offered as part of the deal.