Everton can ‘make a premium’ selling Kean to ‘deep pockets’ PSG

Lewis Oldham
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Moise Kean

Kevin Campbell has suggested that despite not “finding his feet” with Everton, they can “make a premium” selling Moise Kean to PSG.

Kean signed for Everton for €27.5m plus add-ons in 2019 from Juventus. He was unable to hit the ground running in the Premier League as he only scored twice in the top flight from his 29 outings.

The 21-year-old was sent out on loan to PSG for the entire 2020/21 campaign. He returned to form for the French giants as he bagged 17 goals from his 41 outings across all competitions.

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PSG are keen to keep Kean. They have requested a loan extension for the forward. 

Campbell has told Goodison News (as cited by the Liverpool Echo) that Everton will make “good money” for Kean:

“It’s typical really, a young player coming into the Premier League who can’t find his feet.

“He looked the business in Italy, came over here and can’t do the job, but on loan at Paris Saint-Germain, he’s ripping it up.

“He scored plenty of goals, but it’s unfortunate for Everton. The money is good, they have deep pockets so you make a premium on a player who didn’t quite work out.”

Elsewhere, Everton target Denzel Dumfries is expected to leave PSV this summer: 

“Roger Schmidt (PSV’s manager) doesn’t really expect Malen and Dumfries back.

“On the other hand, I believe they have to report back on 19 July. There is not enough movement yet to say that there is already a transfer (but) we also know that things can go fast.

“I have spoken to some people within PSV who indicate there has been nobody concrete yet, not for Madueke. Not for Ihattaren, not for Dumfries, not for Malen yesterday.

“Yes, of course, there are negotiations going on, and with that, it can also be counted on the negotiations that in this case, Mino Raiola is conducting with Dortmund or Liverpool, for example, for Malen and Inter and Everton for Dumfries, so he has been given that space.

“They are allowed to talk to other clubs. And then at some point, it can go fast.”