Ian Wright believes that Moise Kean has played his last game in an Everton shirt off the back of an impressive spell at Paris Saint-Germain.
Speaking on his Wrighty’s House Podcast, the ex-Arsenal and Crystal Palace forward believes Kean would have no real interest in revitalising his Everton career and will be staying clear of Goodison Park.
Speaking on a belief that Kean is far happier in Paris:
“He’s gone in there and you do not play to the levels he’s playing if you’re not comfortable, you just can’t do it, because even if the players embrace you and you’re not comfortable with where you live and that, you’re not comfortable.”
He then turned his attention to his future that has formed the subject of immense speculation in recent weeks:
“He’s come to Everton and he’s kind of like stumbling into it, and we’ve seen it in games where it’s not happening for him, but for it to be happening for him at PSG with top players, it’s a lovely thing to see.
“They should try and keep him, I can’t see him wanting to come back.”
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In the minds of many, including Wright, Kean’s much-maligned Everton career is over.
It is not a question of whether he will remain a Toffee, but how much Everton can yield in terms of a transfer fee for the player.
Fabrizio Romano has claimed Everton are holding out for as much as €70 million for Kean.
Kean’s free-flowing goals indicates a young man loving life in the French capital. An anti-climatic Merseyside return is unfathomable at present.