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Ian Wright thinks one man has probably played his last game for Everton

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Ian Wright thinks one man has probably played his last game for Everton

Everton loanee Moise Kean has probably played his last game for Carlo Ancelotti’s Toffees, Ian Wright has suggested.

The 20-year-old joined Everton in 2019 from Juventus for an initial fee of around £25million that could rise to £27.5million.

Kean’s arrival was met with much fanfare at Goodison Park given his talent and potential, but his first season at Goodison Park didn’t go to plan.

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In 37 appearances for Everton, he scored just four goals, and he struggled for game time, with only six Premier League starts under his belt.

Kean swapped the Toffees for Paris Saint-Germain last October and he has been nothing short of sensational for the Ligue 1 giants, scoring 14 goals in 25 appearances.

Wright now feels that the Italian won’t want to return to Goodison Park and could push for a move away.

“He’s gone in there and you do not play to the levels he’s playing at if you’re not comfortable,” the Arsenal legend told the Wrighty’s House podcast.

“You just can’t do it, because even if the players embrace you and you’re not comfortable with where you live and that, you’re not comfortable.


“He’s come to Everton and he’s kind of like stumbling into it, and we’ve seen it in games where it’s not happening for him.

“But for it to be happening for him at PSG with top players, it’s a lovely thing to see.

“They should try and keep him, I can’t see him wanting to come back.”

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Things just weren’t going well for Kean at Everton, so it wasn’t surprising to see him make the switch to another team, and lucky for the player and for PSG, he’s been thriving.

Given he’s contracted to the Blues until 2024, their hand is strong in terms of any potential transfer negotiations.

Hopefully they’ll get a hefty sum if they decide to sell him – which is probably the best thing for all parties.

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