Fabrizio Romano has revealed that there is interest in signing Everton star Moise Kean from both PSG and Juventus.
Writing in his latest article for Calciomercato, the football journalist and transfer guru claims that Paris Saint Germain president Leonardo Araujo is looking at the possibility of the Italy international moving to the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League finalists on a permanent deal in the summer transfer window, after his loan spell from the Goodison Park faithful ends.
Does Kean have a future at Everton?
As per Romano, Araujo is seemingly a big admirer of Kean, so much so that he tried to sign the 20 year-old for AC Milan back in 2018 before Juventus blocked any kind of move to the San Siro.
Romano also reports that the current Ligue 1 holders intend to sit down seriously with the Merseyside club to talk about a possible permanent move for Kean if his good form continues, but Carlo Ancelotti wants him back at the Toffees for the 2021/22 term.
However, the striker is apparently still on the radar of the Old Lady as well, meaning that there could be a battle between the two Champions League giants for his services.
Everton should demand a big fee for Kean
Indeed, the Blues should demand as big of a transfer fee as possible for the ‘talented’ Kean, who has been on red hot form for PSG ever since his move to France in the summer.
The forward has already scored five goals and supplied a further assist in just seven games in all competitions so far this season (Transfermarkt).
If he continues this form for the rest of the campaign, then it may bump his price tag up if EFC were to wish to sell him once his loan spell expires.
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