Date: 9th July 2021 at 6:25pm
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Journalist Adam Jones has recently talked about the future of Moise Kean and whether Paris Saint-Germain can re-sign him this summer.

It has been stated that Paris Saint-Germain are keen to add Kean to their squad for next season and in their previous loan deal, Everton had refused to add an option for them to buy the Italian permanently this summer.

Jones appeared on the latest episode of the Royal Blue podcast and one topic of discussion was Kean and his future at Goodison Park. He revealed that Everton are not looking to let the player leave on a loan deal once again this summer, amidst talk of a potential loan return for the attacker.

Should Everton keep Kean this summer?





Jones talked about Kean and stated: “The reports about Moise Kean have been essentially neverending since about mid-May when ’s Ligue 1 season came to an end. But recent reports have suggested that Everton will be interested in loaning back Moise Kean to PSG for another season, maybe that they were in talks with PSG over a deal such as that.

“But as we understand it, that’s not the case at all. Everton will not be entertaining another loan offer for Moise Kean, which I think is good news for all Everton fans.”

TIF Thoughts on Kean’s future…

Kean made quite an impression during his loan spell in Paris, as he scored 17 times in all competitions for the club. In Ligue 1, he scored 13 times in 26 games for the side and he also scored three times in the Champions League (as per Transfermarkt).

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He clearly made a mark in France and considering that there seem to be question marks regarding the future of Richarlison, keeping Kean should be considered a valid option by the Toffees. He can play up front and out wide – similar to what Richarlison offers – so the Italian shouldn’t be allowed to leave, in our view.

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