Sport Kean is Proving Doubters Wrong after Two Braces for PSG
PSG Could Snap Up Everton Loanee after Option to Buy Revealed
Everton’s Italian striking prospect Moise Kean, who joined French giants PSG on loan towards the end of the international transfer window, could find himself remaining in the French capital on a longer-term basis. Kean is still seen by the Everton hierarchy as having a long-term future at Goodison Park. Despite this, reports by France Football via Sport Witness claim the Italian starlet is available for just €20m if PSG wish to activate their option to buy the player. This figure is around €10 million less than the sum that was paid by Everton to acquire the player.
Moise Kean has gained plenty of attention from the footballing world afterin the Champions League against Istanbul Basakehir – his second brace already since joining PSG in the summer.
Kean’s fine form is nothing to be scoffed at; the Italian starlet is proving his doubters and critics wrong as he continues to prove his prolific striking nature.
His goals come as a former England international striker believed the Everton loaneein swapping Merseyside for Paris in a bid for the 20-year-old to rediscover his best form.
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The father of Everton loanee Moise Kean has issued some bold claims regarding Kean’s future on Merseyside. The father of the Italian striker, who is currently playing for French giants PSG on a season-long loan, had previously enjoyed a remarkable rise in Italian football with Turin titans Juventus. Speaking in an exclusive interview to Italian news outlet Calcio In Pillole, Moise Kean’s father made the following statements, translated via Football Transfer Tavern: “What I want is for my son to return to play in Italy as soon as possible. “Here he grew up, here he became what he is now and it is right for him to return to his country.
Kean has previously caught attention for his brace in Ligue 1 against Dijon, causing Paris Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel to call for caution after Everton loanee Moise Kean opened his Parisian account in style.
Despite then struggling toagainst Manchester United in the Champions League, Kean redeemed himself as the Italian’s brace wrapped up three points for Les Rouge et Bleu.
Collymore felt that his brace may only be superficial, with real challenges set to come:
“Moise Kean’s two goal salvo at the weekend showed exactly why Dele Alli, or any other big-name Premier League star, should resist the temptation to join PSG,” the former Liverpool and Aston Villa ace says.
“Ligue 1 is so easy for PSG that I’m surprised they sometimes don’t give the kit man a run out.”
Tuchel praises Kean after forward's first PSG goals
Moise Kean's intensity pleased Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel after a win over Dijon.Kean, who joined PSG on loan from Everton earlier this month, netted a brace on Saturday before Kylian Mbappe came off the bench to also score twice.
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Tuchel, warning that fans of PSG should not thrust heavy expectations too soon on the 20-year-old after his two goals, noting his lack of minutes at Everton.
Kean played just 13 minutes of league football for Everton before leaving on loan, but Tuchel also feels that he has shown that he can help them in Ligue 1.
Explaining Kean’s core strengths as a striker and what Kean must do, Tuchel:
“[Kean is] a striker, better in a two-man attack”, Tuchel told a press conference when asked about the loanee.
“He adds a lot of intensity and physical impact.
“He struggled more against Manchester [United], but he showed he can help us in matches at Ligue 1 level.
“We cannot expect too much from him. He played little at Everton.
“He must continue to work.”
Opening his account will have helped Kean settle to life in French football. A brace against Dijon will have gone far in garnering a positive relationship with PSG fans, whilst Evertonians will point to his performance as a sign that Kean can still rebuild his career at Everton.
Collymore’s critical quotes of the quality of the French league will dampen hopes that Kean is set to push on back on Merseyside at the denouement of his spell out on loan. However, Kean’s latest scoring exploits fly in the face of Collymore’s belief; Kean is testing himself at the highest level of European football.
Regular gametime and goals may well be the answer to restoring Kean’s confidence and subsequently, his form. His goals in the Champions League will only serve to further enhance his record. It is demonstrative of his ability to build on momentum and is an encouraging sign – proving his doubters wrong.
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