Date: 30th May 2021 at 5:30pm
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Everton cannot let Moise Kean leave cheaply this summer after his superb loan spell with PSG, according to the former Toffees star Michael Ball.

Kean moved to the French in the summer and went on to score 19 goals in 45 games in all competitions.

The 21-year-old also won the Coupe de France and it remains to be seen if he will be given a chance by Carlo Ancelotti next season.

Should Everton sell Kean permanently?





Kean has struggled during his time at Goodison Park, scoring just four times in 37 outings in a blue shirt.

Fabrizio Romano reported in April that Everton would be willing to sell the Italian ace if they received a bid in excess of £40m from Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

PSG are said to be keen on a permanent deal and Ball thinks that will be keen to get the deal done quickly, so they can reinvest in the squad in a bid to improve Ancelotti’s options.

Speaking exclusively to This Is Futbol, Ball said: “Don’t let him go on the cheap. He’s still a young guy, he’s very young, he’s very powerful.

“Whether the deal will have a sell-on fee percentage in the future, and it may be built up in installments, just to make the deal happen, that’s possibly more realistic than Everton asking for £40 or £50 million.

“They know PSG have got the money, a lot of clubs have the money, it’s a balancing act.

“But Everton will feel they have to get the money in now so they can start recruiting and getting the guys in before pre-season.”