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‘I don’t know yet’: 16G/1A Everton owned player admits he is unsure on future

Moise Kean has admitted that he is unsure where his future lies following PSG’s progression to the UEFA Champions League semi-finals.

Speaking to Sky Sports Italia via Football Italia after the Ligue 1 side progressed 3-3 on away goals against Bayern Munich, the Everton-owned striker confessed that he was not certain himself what the future holds for him despite a sensational season in France with Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

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The former Juventus attacker joined the Parisian club in the summer transfer window on loan from Everton and has since bagged 16 goals and one assist for the Ligue 1 giants this campaign in all competitions, including goals against the likes of Barcelona, Stade Rennais and Montpellier.

Impressing so well for PSG on loan has raised questions as to where Kean could be playing at next season, and when asked about his future, the Italian international said: “Last year at Everton, I didn’t play much.

“I worked hard during the summer. It gave me a big lesson, to don’t give up and work when needed. Now, I have a coach who gives me confidence and I can contribute for the team.”

Kean later added: “Eventually I have to work out my future, but right now I focus on what happens here. What my future will be, I don’t know yet.”

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With CalcioMercato reporting this week that Inter Milan are interested in Kean and Tuttosport also claiming that Juventus want to bring their former academy player back to Turin (via Sport Witness), the Everton youngster will not be short of suitors this summer following his impressive performances with PSG this season.

But with Dominic Calvert-Lewin having his best season yet for Everton, the Toffees seemingly will be more than willing to allow Kean to depart Goodison Park in the summer despite arriving in 2020 with plenty of fanfare and excitement.

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