Everton ‘will demand £70m for Moise Kean this summer’ after striker’s impressive loan spell at PSG… as the Italian admits former club Juventus will ‘always be in my heart’
- Everton are reportedly set to demand £70million for Moise Kean this summer
- The striker has impressed during his loan spell at Paris Saint-Germain
- Kean struggled at Goodison Park with just two goals in his first season
- The 20-year-old admitted he still has a soft spot for his former club Juventus
Everton will reportedly demand £70million for Moise Kean this summer after the striker’s impressive loan spell at Paris Saint-Germain.
Kean joined the Toffees for £27.5m in 2019 but only managed to find the net twice in his first season. However, the 20-year-old has rediscovered his form since his move to France with 14 goals in all competitions.
According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Everton would want a fee of around £70m for the Italian, who has just over three years remaining on his contract at Goodison Park.
Everton will reportedly demand £70m for Moise Kean after his impressive loan spell at PSG
Kean has been a regular for the French champions despite the club having several options in attack with the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Mauro Icardi.
PSG may not be the only club interested in signing Kean at the end of the season with the striker admitting he still has a soft spot for former club Juventus.
The youngster left Juve to make the move to Merseyside but could perhaps be open to a return to Turin.
Speaking after his goal in PSG’s 4-1 victory over Barcelona this week, Kean told Calciomercato the club would always be special to him.
The striker struggled at Everton with just two goals in his first season with the club
Kean admitted Juventus will always be in his heart after he was asked about his former side
‘Juventus?’ Kean replied when asked for his thoughts on his old club.
‘Yes, in Paris I’m doing very well, we are a magnificent group, everyone welcomed me well, the staff followed me every day to improve me 100 per cent.
‘It is not forgotten, Juventus will always be in the heart. It is the first team that made his debut, I will never forget it. I always watch matches.’
Dominic Calvert-Lewin has led the line for Everton this season with 18 goals in all competitions. Richarlison and James Rodriguez also provide attacking options.
The Toffees are seventh in the table but could go level on points with rivals Liverpool if they win this Saturday’s Merseyside derby at Anfield. Carlo Ancelotti’s side also have a game in-hand.