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Everton: ‘Difficult to imagine’ Moise Kean return

Everton: ‘Difficult to imagine’ Moise Kean return - Everton News

Moise Kean’s brother admits that it is ‘difficult to imagine’ the striker returning to Everton at the end of his loan spell with Paris Saint-Germain.

Everton signed the Italy international from Juventus in August 2019 for an initial fee of £25.1m but he endured a difficult debut season on Merseyside, scoring only two goals in 33 appearances across all competitions.

PSG get the best out of Kean

The Blues opted to loan him out at the end of the 2020 summer transfer window and it was PSG who secured a deal for him.

He has spectacularly rediscovered his scoring touch in the French capital, netting 18 times. In PSG’s star-studded ranks, only Kylian Mbappe can boast a higher goal tally (31).

‘Even if he has a contract’ Kean probably won’t go back to Everton

Some Everton fans may be licking their lips at the prospect of a revitalised Kean re-entering the Goodison Park fold next season, but his brother Giovanni thinks that his future lies elsewhere. He is hopeful that the 21-year-old goes back to Turin, where he spent nine years before moving to Merseyside.

Should Everton part ways with Kean?





“I think it’s difficult to imagine him returning to Everton, even if he has a contract with them,” Giovanni Kean told Tuttosport.

“I can ensure he is very happy at PSG. Anything can happen in football. As a Juventus fan, I hope he returns to Juventus.”

Transfer Tavern verdict

Kean struggled at Everton, his woes peaking when Duncan Ferguson brought him on and then substituted him against Manchester United. Having thrived at Champions League-chasing PSG, he might not want to go back to Goodison Park.

The good news for the Toffees is that he will still have three years left on his contract come the summer, and they will be within their rights to slap a substantial price tag on him.

If PSG, or indeed Juventus, decide to pay a large transfer fee, Everton can then reinvest in weaker areas of their squad. Dominic Calvert-Lewin has shown he is more than good enough to be the long-term number nine at Goodison.

In other news, this Everton man was slammed for his latest performance.

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