An Italian player in Champions League semi-final and in the middle of the next transfer-market session: Moise Kean, on loan to Psg, have just earned himself a UCL semifinal despite the home loss against Bayern Munich (0-1). The Italian striker - 16 goals in 33 appearances in all competitions this season - has come into the pitch for the final 20 minutes, as coach Mauricio Pochettino and the whole Psg management are confident on his qualities.
Moise Kean is on loan at Psg from Everton, without option to buy, but Psg has been convinced by the performances of the player to count on the class 2000 striker for the next seasons. Sporting director Leonardo will discuss in the following weeks the transfer fee with Everton management: after the striker exploit, the English club won't ask less than 40 million euros to sell the player.
What if Psg won't manage to keep and sign in an outright deal the player? In this case some Italian clubs could be interested: after having played with Verona and Juventus, many clubs are still interested in the young striker. But this scenario keeps being very unlikely, as Psg is ready to take concrete steps to sign the player. "I'm enjoying the moment, there will be some work to decide my future but currently I'm fully focused here" has said Kean after yesterday's match against Bayern Munich. After the road in Champions League, in the summer the future of the player will be decided.