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Everton: Fans react to latest Moise Kean to PSG development

Everton: Fans react to latest Moise Kean to PSG development - Everton News

Talks between Everton and Paris Saint-Germain over striker Moise Kean are ‘stalling’ amid the managerial uncertainty at Goodison Park.

That’s according to transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano.

Carlo Ancelotti departed the club last week to return to Real Madrid, leaving Everton without a boss on the eve of the summer transfer window.

A new boss may conceivably try to persuade Kean to remain on Merseyside rather than returning to the French capital, where he spent the 2020/21 season on loan.

No surprise that PSG would like Kean back

Kean finished the campaign as PSG’s second-highest scorer with 16 goals in 35 appearances, netting every 134 minutes on average (via BBC Sport).

Only Kylian Mbappe (31) scored more for Mauricio Pochettino’s side, who finished second in Ligue 1 behind Lille.

PSG are said to be in talks with Everton over another loan move rather than a permanent deal for the striker.

The Toffees paid an initial £21.5million to sign Kean in 2019, and he still has three years left on his contract (via BBC Sport).

Fan feed The Toffee Blues relayed Romano’s update, and here’s how supporters reacted.

Everton fans weigh in on latest Moise Kean news

“If Everton let him go back on loan they are the biggest mugs in football.”

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“Embarrassing if we loan him out again”

Credit: @belgiankev

“We would be absolute idiots to let him go on loan again”

Credit: @AJG_BC

“Sell or keep. Loans are daft.”

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“We have a director of football who can say no chance and pay up. Why do we need to wait for a new manager?”

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“Only loan should be one with an obligation to buy.”

Credit: @Luntinho

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