JUVENTUS are considering a shock move to bring Moise Kean back from Everton – but face competition from Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports.
The 21-year-old Italian forward spent nine years in Turin making his way through the youth ranks before enjoying an exceptional 2018-19 campaign in the senior squad.
Kean joined Everton the following summer with then-Juve chief Maurizio Sarri, reportedly not a fan.
The striker did not shine at Goodison Park, however – having scored just two goals in 31 Premier League games.
The eight-cap Italian ace was loaned to PSG last summer – where he has since regained his best form.
Kean has scored 15 goals in just 27 appearances in all competitions for the Ligue 1 champions already this season.
Reports from Italy claim Juve are keen to bring Kean “home” after his brilliant season.
However, they will face stiff competition from PSG, who want to make the young player’s loan permanent.
The French giants only made the deal by bringing Kean to the Parc des Princes on the deadline day.
Such was the rush to bring in a new striker, they failed to insert a call option.
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As it stands, Kean will return to Everton this summer.
Meanwhile, another former Toffees ace, Royston Drenthe, landed a gangster role in a Dutch crime drama.
The Netherlands international now plays for Spanish club Racing Murcia, but has also made his acting debut.
Drenthe will play the villainous Frenkie Prof in the hit series Mocro Maffia.