Everton are reportedly in talks with Paris Saint-Germain about turning Moise Kean’s loan move permanent.
Sky Sports have claimed the Toffees have entered into discussions with the French giants about the future of the Italian youngster, who has been impressing early doors in Ligue 1.
Kean found life hard at Goodison Park following his £27 million move from Juventus in the summer of 2019 (BBC Sport).
He scored just two goals for the club, and found regular minutes hard to come by.
At PSG though he has flown out of the traps, and it seems the club are already hoping to secure his permanent transfer.
Sky Sports say any deal could be worth around £31 million, which would actually see Everton make a profit of around £4 million on Kean.
TBR’s View – Kean may have made Everton move too soon
The English Premier League can be a really tough environment for young players.
Kean was under pressure with his price tag, and his first season was a real struggle.
Clearly he is a huge talent though and the potential is there – it just seems a case of, the move may have come at the wrong time for £53,000-a-week star Kean (Spotrac).
Everton should arguably wait until the end of the season before making a decision on Kean though, as he may still have something to offer the Toffees after a full season as a regular under his belt.