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Fabrizio Romano claims Everton want to keep £60m-rated Moise Kean

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Fabrizio Romano claims Everton want to keep £60m-rated Moise Kean

Everton will demand between £50 million and £60 million for the services of Moise Kean, according to Fabrizio Romano’s Here We Go podcast.

The young striker was allowed to join PSG during the summer transfer window on a season-long loan deal.

It’s a move which has proved to be a good one with the 20-year-old settling into life in French football extremely well.

Kean has scored 16 goals for PSG this season, with 10 coming in Ligue 1 and three in the Champions League.

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His form has sparked speculation that the player could join Mauricio Pochettino’s team on a permanent basis in the summer.

Everton seem keen to keep him at the club though and Romano thinks Carlo Ancelotti wants him at Goodison Park for 2021/22.

He only arrived on Merseyside during the summer of 2019, costing £27.5 million from Juventus (BBC Sport).


His maiden campaign in the Premier League didn’t go according to plan though, scoring twice and registered two assists in 33 appearances in all competitions.

Everton are eyeing European football next season and if that is achieved Kean is likely to have no qualms with heading back.

After getting a taste of Champions League action at PSG, he will see European competition as vital for the next campaign.

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It’s no surprise to see the Toffees hold a desire to keep hold of their player ahead of next season.


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Kean has been flying in France and with Everton now boasting plenty of creative options, he’ll fancy his chances of proving a point at Goodison Park.

The £53,000-a-week youngster has bags of potential and his confidence-boosting loan in France could kick-start his Everton career.


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