Everton cannot afford to loan out Moise Kean again and need to try make some money from the striker, says the club’s former defender Michael Ball.
After a disappointing 2019/20 campaign, Kean spent last season out on loan at Paris Saint-Germain, where he absolutely thrived.
Is it time to move on from Kean?
As per the reliable Fabrizio Romano, the French giants are keen to bring Kean back to the Parc des Princes on another loan deal, but Ball has warned Everton need a transfer fee so that they can bring in a new striker.
“Striker for Everton, I think over the last couple of years, we’ve been hoping to bring somebody else in,” the retired full-back told TT.
“The Moise Kean one hasn’t really worked and I think if Moise Kean does leave, I feel he needs to go for a transfer fee. I don’t think we can afford to loan him out for another 12 months or so.“
While there is no denying Kean’s quality, which he has shown at PSG, it just has not worked out for the £31.5m-rated Italy international at Everton.
If he is not going to have a big role under Rafael Benitez, then perhaps Marcel Brands and those dealing with transfers at the club are better off sanctioning something more permanent this time round.
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