Everton have set an asking price of £70m for Moise Kean following the success of the forward’s loan move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Kean has reignited his career after being allowed to leave the Premier League side on a loan deal last summer, scoring 10 goals in just 15 league starts for PSG and impressing in the club’s Champions League campaign.
The 20-year-old scored during the Parisian’s emphatic 4-1 victory over Barcelona in midweek and has made a fine impression in the French capital, with Everton reportedly having now placed a huge price-tag on the youngster.
It’s a remarkable turnaround in fortunes for the Italy international who struggled to make an impression during a disappointing debut campaign on Merseyside, starting just six league fixtures and scoring just twice in 33 appearances across all competitions.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, as per the Mail, Everton are aware of the player’s rising stock since signing for PSG and will command a huge fee for any side wanting to sign Kean on a permanent basis.
Kean currently has three years remaining on the deal he signed when arriving at the Toffees from Juventus in 2019, and Le10 Sport are reporting that the forward’s former side could rival PSG for his signing this summer.
Kean became the first player born in the 2000’s to score in one of Europe’s five major leagues during his previous spell in Turin, scoring eight times in 21 appearances across all competitions.