Moise Kean, on loan from Everton this season, has convinced PSG to the point that Leonardo wants to negotiate his permanent transfer during the next summer. A few weeks before the opening of the transfer market, the sporting director of the capital club has made an important decision for the Italian striker.
Mercato – PSG: Moise Kean has decided for his future!
Moise Kean arrived at Paris Saint-Germain on October 4 from Everton on a season-long loan without an option to buy. Author of 16 goals in 33 matches in all competitions, including 12 goals in 22 league games, the Italian international feels good in Paris and does not hide his desire to continue his adventure. According to the newspaper Le Parisien, the Juventus-trained forward hopes that Leonardo will do what is necessary to find an agreement with Everton to allow him to stay with PSG.
“I did not play much at Everton and I needed this experience at PSG. Here, Pochettino believes in me. I do not know what will happen after the loan, we’ll see,” explained Marco Verratti’s compatriot last month. However, Paris Saint-Germain does not intend to do anything in this case, even if it hopes to keep the 21-year-old permanently.
Leonardo has set a limit for Moise Kean
Radiant under the shirt of Paris Saint-Germain, Moise Kean belongs to Everton until June 30, 2024. The English club is open to discussions to let him go according to the regional newspaper. However, Leonardo does not intend to do anything crazy to recruit the young Italian international.
“Privately, manager Carlo Ancelotti and director of soccer Marcel Brands suggest that the young striker will return to the Toffees attack alongside Calvert Lewin and Richarlison, among others. But there is nothing contradictory about wanting to get his property back, and at the same time listen to the proposals of a possible buyer. Especially since the player’s desire is to stay in Paris for a long time, a club where he has found a form of fulfillment, which was not really the case at Everton and Juventus.
But if Paris wants to keep him, the club of the capital will not do anything crazy and intends to pay the right price in a market depressed by the abysmal losses of European clubs. “There is no hurry, but the discussions are going to be tight”, explains Le Parisien. A case already complicated because if the specialized site Transfermarkt estimates the value of the native of Vercelli to 35 million euros. The current 8th in the Premier League expects to recover no less than 52 million euros on his eventual transfer.
To be continued…