Since arriving at PSG on a loan deal from Everton last October, Moise Kean has really found his footing in Ligue 1.
The young striker has taken advantage of an injury to Neymar and has now become the second-highest goal-scorer in Mauricio Pochettino's squad, only ranking behind World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe in terms of output.
It's not surprising, then, that his efforts, have been noticed by none other than current Serie A leaders Inter, as well as Juventus, where he once played in their youth academies, but was unable to really make a breakthrough into the first team and ended up being sold to Everton in a €30 million deal in 2019.
Now, it seems like the Bianconeri have recognized perhaps that wasn't such a great idea and are now trying to bring him back to the Allianz Stadium, but the question is, will the 21-year-old be so keen on returning to Turin? He certainly seems to be really enjoying life with Les Parisiens where he's scored 12 goals in the league and 18 across all comps so far this season. Moreover, he's been able to force his way into Pochettino's starting XI, while he's not necessarily guaranteed that same security with Juventus, depending on who's on the tactician's bench next season.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Everton are demanding €50 million for Kean, which is only natural given his career progression and the Toffees' subseqiuent desire to make a profit on a player that they signed two years ago.
Inter, apparently, will be willing to offer Uruguayan international Matias Vecino in a cash-plus-player swap option as current Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti allegedly is a huge fan of his, so the Nerazzurri are hoping that adding him in could sway Everton's interest.
As for Juventus, they'd reportedly also be looking to go the cash-plus-player swap option to lower the price tag. The player La Vecchia Signora would include is Merih Demiral, as Everton also apparently have been tracking him for a while in a bid to try to use him as a make-weight in order to facilitate a potential return of Kean back to Turin, two years after his departure.