Report: Juventus make decision on Everton striker Moise Kean
Juventus are ready to admit defeat in the race to sign Moise Kean, with Calciomercato reporting that the Everton striker is keen to stay at Paris Saint-Germain.
Kean is edging towards the end of his loan at Parc des Princes. And it has been a hugely successful spell for the 21-year-old, who has scored 13 times in Ligue 1.
There looks to be several options on the table for Kean. Of course, as things stand, he would return to Everton for a fresh chance under Carlo Ancelotti at Goodison Park.
But Calciomercato reports that PSG want to keep him permanently, while Juve would like to bring the youngster back to Turin.
However, the report claims that he has told his agent that he wants to stay in France. And Calciomercato reports that PSG believe that a deal is close.
It is also noted that Juventus are ready to admit defeat. Everton meanwhile, are prepared to sell Kean permanently for £38.7 million.
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If Everton are resigned to losing Kean, Ancelotti will welcome the chance to get almost £40 million for a player who has spent the year out on loan.
Of course, some may be disappointed. Kean looks to have a frightening amount of potential. And there is a chance that Everton will rue selling him in the future.
But his move to Merseyside has simply not worked out so far. So a big-money move to France looks to be best for all concerned.
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