Kean finds his feet
Moise Kean endured a difficult debut campaign in England.
The former Juventus prodigy scored just twice in the Premier League last term whilst also completing 90 minutes just once in the competition.
So, the news that Everton opted to loan Kean out for the 2020/21 campaign shouldn’t have came as too much of a surprise.
What may have been somewhat surprising, though, is that the Italian was snapped up by Ligue 1 champions and last season’s Champions League finalists, PSG.
With the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Mauro Icardi amongst their ranks, it didn’t look as though the Everton hitman would be afforded an awful lot of football during his time in Paris.
However, in the early stages of the campaign at least, that has proven far from the case.
In fact, Kean has been in sensational form for PSG, notching five goals and one assist in seven outings across all competitions.
The latest of those strikes came over the weekend as PSG but three past Stade Rennais:
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— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_inside) November 9, 2020
Everton not planning to recall Kean
With Kean in such fine form and Everton struggling without the suspended Richarlison, some of the Toffees’ fans may have been hoping to see the 20-year-old recalled from his loan in January.
However, despite his sensational start to life with PSG, it doesn’t look as though Kean will be returning to Merseyside anytime soon.
According to a report from the Athletic on Monday, the intention at Goodison Park is for Kean to complete the campaign in France in order to gain significant game time and positive exposure:
▪️ Concerns over Mason Greenwood… #MUFC
▪️ Jones, Alonso and Saliba: loan market set to thrive in January
▪️ Neutral venues for PL matches back on the agenda
▪️ Premier League clubs offered to help stricken Bury
— The Athletic UK (@TheAthleticUK) November 9, 2020
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