Some Everton fans were on the same page as striker Moise Kean grabbed his second brace for Paris Saint-Germain in midweek.
Moise Kean has his second brace in two games for Paris Saint-Germain. It means he’s already matched his goal-tally for Everton, in fact, despite playing just four games for the Parisians.
Kean joined Everton in 2019, of course, with the Toffees paying Juventus an initial £25m. But he never settled on Merseyside and that led to a surprising loan move to PSG for this season.
And it’s one that’s started well. Kean has four goals in four games, with those goals coming from his last seven shots. He’s on fire, then, as he showed against Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Kean’s brace was the only goals in a 2-0 win for PSG – a win they desperately needed after losing to Manchester United. But PSG weren’t the only ones seeing a positive from the goals.
Everton fans react
Several Everton fans were on the same page as they reacted to the goals. This form can only mean good things for the Toffees – particularly when it comes to selling the player on.
Win win for Everton, with Moise Kean scoring goals for PSG. If he keeps it up he comes back with confidence or we sell him for a good price
— The Toffee Blues (@EvertonNewsFeed) October 28, 2020
— The Unholy Trinity Everton Podcast (@UHTPodcast) October 28, 2020
Moise Kean scoring again. At this rate we’ll be able to get £150,000,000 for him next summer.
— Just Some Lad (@SomeEvertonFan) October 28, 2020
I doubt Kean will ever play for Everton again but it's still nice to see him doing well. Plus it means we get a decent fee
— Steve C (@StevieC30) October 28, 2020
Kean sending his price up with goals hope he keeps it up and we sell him, will never do it for Everton just doesn’t suit the club
— Everton Youth (@YouthEverton) October 28, 2020
Good for us, rises price tag! Keep going Kean… #UpTheToffees
— #CoYb (@Toffees1878efc) October 28, 2020
If Moise kean keeps scoring goals his price keeps going up. He's not suited to the Premier League imo & id happily sell him in the summer.
— Mark Mulvey (@Mulvachino) October 28, 2020
Now, whether they’re right depends hugely on whether PSG have an option to buy the player at the end of the loan. And reports on that vary.
If there isn’t, then this really could be a very lucrative situation for Everton, as we discussed here. Kean is still young and would command a very high fee if Everton did move him on after this spell.
A few more goals and the player could be worth far beyond the £25m they paid.