Some Everton happy with reports concerning 19-goal man as European giants register interest
Some Everton fans were left feeling happy after Fabrizio Romano revealed the latest update regarding Paris Saint Germain’s chase of Moise Kean.
According to the famed journalist, the French-based club are keen on signing the Italian on a permanent transfer following his loan spell with the side this season. However, the Merseysiders are demanding a fee between €45m (£38.7m) and €50m (£43m) in order to sell Kean.
The Italy international has enjoyed a great personal campaign with PSG, scoring 19 goals in 44 appearances across all competitions. It earned him praise from manager Mauricio Pochettino, who claimed he was ‘very happy’ with everything the 21-year-old does.
Kean’s impressive term with the French champions should act as a warning sign to the Blues that they shouldn’t act too hastily in letting the youngster leave this summer.
His talent resembles the type of player Carlo Ancelotti is searching for in this summer’s transfer window, making any sale even more baffling.
Here are how fans reacted to Romano’s claims…
keen to sell pic.twitter.com/4KZ8sNBxUo
— Harry (@Owens_EFC) May 17, 2021
Use that money to buy a right back or winger👍🏻
— Jack Scott (@ScottJackk) May 17, 2021
Would be at last a little bit if good business
— ste50efc (@ste50efc) May 17, 2021
Good , sick of seeing this helm now https://t.co/U0VdCZnmG9
— Carlos Peers (@carlos_peers) May 17, 2021
Don’t blame him, but equally, good riddance.
Time to cut the cloth accordingly, can’t be carrying players anymore.
— Talking Toffees (@talking_toffees) May 17, 2021
If the money is right ….. pic.twitter.com/82RtuVuc8Y
— Matt ♿️ (@Matt_S_1982) May 17, 2021
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