Moise Kean’s potential second loan deal from Everton to Paris Saint Germain will include a €35m option for the French side to make it permanent.
That’s according to Culture PSG, who say that, according to their information, the new loan deal will include an option for the French side to make a move permanent this time around.
Earlier today, we covered a report from journalist Saber Desfarges, who stated that negotiations are ‘moving in the right direction’ for a second loan deal.
Kean spent last season on loan at PSG from Everton and proved to be a massive hit in the French capital, scoring 17 goals in all competitions.
They are keen to keep him, and it appeared Everton would only sanction a permanent exit and not another loan deal next season.
Their stance appears to have changed, though, with Desfarges saying that talks over a second loan deal were progressing well and Kean was pushing for the move.
He didn’t make any mention of any clauses or anything of that nature, but Culture PSG say that according to their information, there will be an option to buy for PSG set at ‘slightly less than €35m’.
That would make little sense for Everton, who you would expect were eyeing up a nice sale involving Kean this summer to balance the books and finance their own moves.
Perhaps there are more clauses involved that we don’t yet know about that make such a deal make more sense or, alternatively, this is just French optimism, and in reality, Everton aren’t going to do another loan deal.
It remains to be seen, but as was expected, Kean’s future and potential return to PSG will be a hot topic once again.