Everton will listen to offers for Moise Kean this summer, former Toffees striker Marcus Bent has told The Transfer Tavern.
Kean spent the 2020/21 season out on loan at Paris Saint-Germain, where he performed exceptionally well.
The 21-year-old forward scored just under 20 goals in all competitions and the Ligue 1 outfit now want to keep him for another year.
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According to Fabrizio Romano, PSG are looking to do another loan deal rather than pay the £35m-40m Everton want for a permanent transfer.
However, Bent has suggested that if Kean is to leave again, the Merseyside club will look for a transfer fee based on what he has heard.
“We would consider it at the right price,” the ex-Everton player told TT when asked about Kean’s future. “He’s young, he’s a good player and he’s clearly talented – and that’s what I got from Everton people behind the scenes.”
It probably makes sense for Everton to hear from their next manager before selling Kean.
If he plays two up top, he could use the Italian alongside Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who also had a prolific 2020/21 campaign.
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