Merseyside outfit Everton have slapped a huge price tag on Moise Kean as they look to sell the striker when the transfer window opens in the summer.
Moise Kean had a poor start to life at Goodison Park and was loaned out to Paris Saint-Germain where he has gotten his footballing career back on track.
The 21-year-old has scored 18 goals in all competitions for the Ligue 1 giants this season and his future will be discussed at the end of the current campaign.
Reports suggest that PSG are interested in signing him on a permanent deal but Serie A outfit Juventus are also keen to have him back in Turin in the summer transfer window.
The Toffees know that the striker is a subject of interest and Gazzetta dello Sport have revealed that any club that wants Moise Kean should be prepared to offer €50m for his signature.
It remains to be seen if the Italian still has a future at Everton with Dominic Calvert-Lewin establishing himself as the Toffees’ first-choice striker. The forward may not be a regular starter at Everton if he makes a full return to the club once the loan deal expires.
He’s interested in leaving Goodison Park but Everton want to make a significant profit from his sale after proving himself at PSG. It can be recalled that they signed him from Juventus in a deal worth €30m in 2019 and will want to make a profit from his sale.
Moise Kean has emerged as one of the top targets for Juventus in the upcoming summer transfer window but it remains to be seen if any of the clubs interested in him would be willing to shell out €50m for him this year.