Moise Kean is ‘unlikely’ to return to Everton at the end of the season, though the club look set to make a profit on the forward following his successful loan spell at Paris Saint-Germain.
Kean signed for Everton in a £27.5m deal from Juventus in 2019 but struggled during a disappointing debut season in the Premier League, scoring just two league goals and failing to secure a regular role in the side.
The 21-year-old was allowed to leave on loan for PSG last summer and has enjoyed an excellent season with the French champions, scoring 16 goals in all competitions including three during the club’s run to the Champions League semi-finals.
Despite his impressive performances for the Parisians, the Times are reporting that Kean is ‘unlikely’ to return to Everton with Dominic Calvert-Lewin established as the club’s leading centre-forward.
Everton, however, look set to make a handsome profit on Kean should he depart on a permanent basis, the Toffees considering Kean as one of their ‘more saleable assets’ and valuing him at ‘£45m-£50m’.
PSG are said to be keen on signing him on a permanent basis following the success of his loan at the Parc des Princes, especially if they can offload Mauro Icardi who has been limited to just 15 league appearances this season and has fallen behind Kean in the pecking order.
Former side Juventus have also been linked with a move to bring the Italy international back to Turin, recent reports having suggested the Bianconeri are prepared to offer a number of players in part exchange to seal a deal.
Amongst those suggested include Adrien Rabiot, Douglas Costa and Aaron Ramsey, the latter having been strongly linked with a return to the Premier League in recent weeks.