KEAN MAKES SURPRISE PSG TRANSFER
Everton striker Moise Kean left the club after the never-ending season of 19/20, and in spite of never quite managing to establish himself in the side, is on his way upwards with his new loan move to French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) set to be made a a permanent one if he can prove himself in front of goal.
Kean left Everton to join PSG on a season-long loan some weeks ago. A PSG official has already talked up the possibility of signing the young striker permanently at the end of his loan spell, with the Italian international has scored five goals in seven PSG games in all competitions.
PSG sporting director Leonardo has been impressed with the performances of Moise Kean since he joined the Champions League finalists at the start of the season and the ex-AC Milan player confirmed that the club wants to sign him permanently – something that you would never have predicted back in January 2020, when mybettingsite.uk had him at short odds to be returning to old club Juventus after struggling to make any kind of impact at Everton.
Leonardo also spoke about Cristiano Ronaldo and the PSG transfer rumours surrounding him. The 35-year-old will likely leave Juventus next summer with the Old Lady keen to get his high wages off their finances, which has been strained due to Covid-19. Ronaldo is clearly the highest earner in the topflight of Italian football and he earns five times more than Paulo Dybala, who’s the second highest earner at the Juventus Stadium. Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo earns a whooping €31m annually in Italy having agreed the astronomical fees upon signing a four-year contract when he left Real Madrid for Juventus.
Moise Kean and Cristiano Ronaldo were at Juventus together before the latter left Turin for Everton in a €30m deal. He struggled for form at Everton in his first season and it was not surprising when the Toffees opted to loan him to PSG this season. He could link up with Ronaldo once again if PSG manage to pull off a transfer for the former Sporting Lisbon and Manchester United player.
On Ronaldo, PSG official Leonardo believes that his club represents one of the few teams that could afford to sign him if he leaves Juventus.