JUVENTUS is planning a shock to bring Moise Kean back from Everton – but reports say it must be competition from Paris Saint-Germain.
The Italian striker, 21, spent nine years in Turin working his way through youth before breaking through with the senior team in 2018/19.
Kean moved to Everton the following summer, with then-Juve boss Maurizio Sarri probably not a fan.
However, the striker failed to shine at Goodison Park – he scored just two goals in 31 Premier League games.
The eight-player Italian ace was loaned to PSG last summer – where it has since regained its top form.
Kean has already scored 15 goals in just 27 games in all competitions for the Ligue 1 champions this season.
According to reports in Italy, Juve are keen to bring Kean “home” after his brilliant season.
However, they will face stiff competition from PSG who are keen to make the youngster’s loan permanent.
The French giants didn’t close the deal until the deadline to bring Kean to the Parc des Princes.
The rush to bring in a new striker was so great that they neglected to include an option to buy.
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As things stand, Kean will be returning to Everton this summer.
Meanwhile, another ex-Toffees ace, Royston Drenthe, has played a role as a gangster in a Dutch crime thriller.
The Dutch international now plays for Spanish club Racing Murcia, but has also made his acting debut.
Drenthe will play the villain Frenkie Prof on the hit show Mocro Maffia.