Moise Kean is eager for a return to Paris Saint-Germain to be tied up, according to French reporter Saber Desfarges.
Everton loaned Kean to PSG for the 2020/21 season after a disappointing debut campaign on Merseyside yielded just two goals.
The 21-year-old rediscovered his form in France, scoring 13 times in just 22 Ligue 1 starts. Kean also helped PSG reach the semifinals of the Champions League with three goals, one of which came in the memorable 4-1 victory at the Camp Nou.
Champions League-winning manager Thomas Tuchel, who took charge of Kean until December, hailed him as a ‘courageous’ player.
According to Fabrizio Romano, PSG have been working on a fresh loan agreement for ‘months’ but are still ‘waiting’ on a decision from Everton and Rafael Benitez.
Desfarges was asked to provide the latest on Kean’s uncertain future by a PSG fan.
He replied that the Italian international is ‘impatient‘ amid the prospect of ‘returning to Paris’.
It looks as if Kean isn’t viewing the change of manager at Goodison Park as an opportunity to turn his Everton career around. Instead, his heart seems to be set on PSG.
The Blues’ best bet is probably to sanction another loan, but this time to include an obligation to buy at the end of it, ensuring this saga does not repeat all over again next summer.
They may still be able to turn a fairly handsome profit on the youthful forward, which would be a victory given his struggles in England and clear desire to leave Merseyside.
In other news, this Everton target’s price-tag has been described as ‘stupid’.
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