Carlo Ancelotti is committed to making Moise Kean an important player at Everton, with PSG warning that there is no guarantee that permanent transfers will be allowed.
Moise Kean allowed to lead the French national team
The Toffees let Moise lead the French national team during the 2020 summer window on a seasonal rental basis. Moise thrived in the Parc des Princes, registering 16 goals for the Champions League semi-finalists, and is expected to be the subject of further interest this summer. However, Paris Saint-Germain had not yet entered into negotiations, and Carlo Ancelotti left the door open for Moise to return to Goodison Park, saying he did not need to convince Moise Kean to stay in Everton. That’s what they say in credit papers. He is on loan and has to come back and that if PSG wants him they have to open up discussions about him. They are open to negotiations, he said, but if nothing happens, he will be an Everton player next season and an important player.
Ancelotti is interesting in new transfer targets
Carlo has already revealed that he is in the process of drawing up transfer plans for Merseyside. He wants to add more quality to his squad after sending Everton into the fight for European qualifiers this season. The Italian, however, is adamant that the other striker is not part of his mindset. He already has Dominic Calvert-Lewin in his books, while Moise can be absorbed back into the fold to provide another option in the final third. Carlo also said that they did not have a vision of the market for strikers for next season to be honest, because they are in a fight for European positions, but he can tell you that this striker will not be the position they are looking for and, that in front they are really well covered because they have Calvert-Lewin, they have Richarlison, they have Joshua King at this moment and they have Kean coming back.