Everton are ready to part company with Italian striker Moise Kean to Paris St Germain. The forward, who has been in fine form since his move to Ligue 1 on a loan deal, has bagged 8 goals in 12 games since his move to the club.
Everton signed Keane in August 2019 for a fee of 28 million euros, and are now ready to let the Italian international leave for as little as 17 million euros. Kean’s spell at the club has been considered a disappointment.
Paris St Germain’s new manager Mauricio Pochettino is set to make an offer for 25 million euros for the former Juventus striker and it is understood that Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is ready to accept an offer from the French side.
Kean has scored 2 goals in 8 games for the Italian national side, and since moving to Everton from Juve in 2019, the 20-year-old striker was only able to score twice in 31 league games in the Premier League.
PSG want to sign Kean this January transfer window to ensure that other rival clubs in the race for his signature – including AC Milan, Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig – will not be able to secure the youngster’s coveted signature.