Everton have set a price of between 45-50 million euros for Moise Kean, where Paris Saint-Germain are in talks with the player’s agent.
Kean joined Everton back in 2019, but did not influence both Marco Silva and Carlo Ancelotti.
The Italian scored just two goals in 33 appearances for Toffees before leaving on loan at PSG last summer.
While expected, Kean would only be used as a rotation option, but he has exceeded expectations and scored 18 goals in 40 appearances across all competitions.
As a result, Kean has been strongly associated with a permanent relocation to the Parc des Princes.
Journalist Nicolò Schira has now claimed that Everton have set a huge fee for Kean and agent Mino Raiola has begun negotiations with PSG on a five-year deal.
Schira also claims that Kean is happy with Paris and wants to stay, which could force Everton to sell the player.
Toffees signed Kean for a reported £ 25.1m. In 2019, and their selling price would represent a huge profit for a player who could not impress at Goodison Park.
#PSG working on signing Moise #Kean on a permanent agreement. The Italian striker is happy in Paris and he wants to stay. #Leonardo and his agent Mino #Raiola is in negotiations for a 5-year contract. PSG want to reach an agreement with # Everton, which begs € 45-50 million. # transfers #EFC https://t.co/pDgrorJUov
– Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) May 3, 2021
SL View – Is Kean worth that much?
Based on what we saw during Kean’s time at Everton, the Italian would not be worth the reported figures.
However, Kean has only recently turned 21, putting Toffees in a strong negotiating position.
With four years left of his current deal at Goodison Park, Everton would undoubtedly be happy for Kean to return next season and fit into Ancelotti’s squad.
As a result, PSG will be forced to pay above the odds for Kean if they want to keep him permanently.
Despite a fairly large price, it could still represent a good price if Kean fulfills his enormous potential.
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