Some Everton fans have their own ideas after Paris Saint-Germain director admitted there is no purchase option for Moise Kean.
Everton are not done with Moise Kean. The Italian is out on loan with Paris-Saint Germain but there is no option to purchase the player permanently.
PSG director Leonardo admitted as much this week in a Twitter chat. He explained that Kean is an excellent player but when they asked about an option, Everton wanted one that was far too high.
But he admits that the Parisians should have renegotiated with the Toffees and got one in there. That comes after Kean scored five goals in his first six starts for the club, adding another assist.
Kean will return to Everton after this season, though, where they’ll decide what to do with him. Perhaps they’ll keep him around, of course, and try to finally get the best out of him.
The other option is moving him on – and some Everton fans certainly agree with that one. They believe Kean could fetch a huge price after this campaign.
You do have the option to buy him though lads. £80m.
— works on contingency (@oopsyday) November 10, 2020
Looks like a fantastic talent but didn't really seem happy with us. Slap a 75M price tag on him and see who bites.
— Blue in Nebraska (@ASURay81) November 10, 2020
Sell him I would score goals for PSG they will make him look good and hopefully we can cash in and replace him.
— david whitfield (@davawhit78) November 10, 2020
That’s good then so let’s make it a deal for £50m thanks
— owen wilmot (@you_owen) November 10, 2020
Good news. I’d like to see him back at Everton as well but if he doesn’t want to return at least we should now get a decent fee for him
— Dean Mckenna (@MckennaDJM) November 10, 2020
Could see us grabbing Milik in jan and selling Kean for a tidy profit, I like the guy but it doesn’t seem like it’s going to work out🤷🏼♂️
— Andrew Helberg (@AndrewHelberg) November 10, 2020
It’ll be one to watch come the end of the season. Kean is flying right now and his price is only going to rise when he’s in the public eye at PSG.
You look at someone like Victor Osimhen, for instance. He scored 13 goals in Ligue 1 last season and moved to Napoli for around £64m. And he’s a player without the reputation that Kean already has.
So if Kean keeps this up – and he’s well on course for over 13 goals – then he could even dwarf that £64m figure. The £80m suggestions really might not be far off.