French news outlet L’Equipe claim Everton forward Moise Kean is keen to make his loan stay at PSG a permanent one.

The 21-year-old Italian scored 13 goals in 26 Ligue 1 appearances this season, although the Parisians were unable to win the league title under coach Mauricio Pochettino.

Underdogs Lille were the eventual champions, breaking PSG’s iron grip on the French top flight.

Pochettino was brought in to the Parc des Princes to replace now-Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel, and it was under the German where Kean found his best form this term.

The Everton forward has enjoyed his temporary stay in the French capital so much he is said to be house-hunting in Paris as he bids to make his loan permanent.

Everton paid close to €30m for Kean in the summer of 2019 and have arguably not yet seen a return on their investment at Goodison Park.

From a Toffees perspective, they’d like any sale of the Italy international to be for a figure north of what they paid Juventus for his services – but L’Equipe claim that talks are ongoing regarding a deal worth €25-€30m – almost exactly what Everton paid for Kean in the first place.

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