Moise Kean's Everton future 'complicated' says Paris Saint Germain chief

Moise Kean of Paris Saint-Germain looks on during the Ligue 1 soccer match between Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco at Parc des Princes on February 21, 2021 in Paris, France.

Paris Saint Germain's transfer chief has described their hopes of signing Moise Kean on a permanent basis as "complicated".

Kean is spending the season on loan in the French capital and has scored 14 goals in 26 appearances, including three strikes in the Champions League.

Everton refused to agree to an option which would have allowed PSG to buy Kean at the end of his loan for a set fee and are, at this stage, expecting the 20-year-old back at the club to begin pre-season training in July.

Carlo Ancelotti has, however, recently hinted that the Blues would be prepared to listen to offers from PSG but sporting director Leanardo says he does not yet know what Everton's asking price will be.

Talking to France Bleu, and as cited by le10sport, the Brazilian is quoted as saying: "Today, knowing a value is difficult.

"The choice was obvious. We made the choice to take a young player, whom we have known for a long time.

"We took it for one year, then we’ll see.

" Everton didn’t want to lose him. He plays very well, he scores. He has an important future.

"But there, we cannot know.

"We could not do otherwise than the loan and I think that today having it available for a year was already very positive.

"If we can see the future under certain conditions, we will try to see how it goes.

"But today, it’s very complicated to know."

Everton signed Josh King from Bournemouth on deadline day at the start of the month, on a deal until the end of the season.

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