Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that Everton are “open” to the idea of selling Moise Kean to Paris Saint Germain.
The 20-year-old striker has scored nine times in 13 starts since joining the French side on loan in October and PSG are said to be keen on turning his move into a permanent transfer.
Reports of a £31m bid have been denied by club sources but Everton are braced for offers for Kean, whom they signed from Juventus in the summer of 2019.
Everton had long insisted that the Italian remained a big part of the future at Goodison but Ancelotti has conceded, for the first time, that Kean could leave the club for good if he pushes for an exit.
The Blues are in no rush to make a decision on the forward but their stance on selling Kean has softened with PSG told that any bid will be listened to by Everton’s power-brokers.
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“I think that at first we have to look to the desire of the player,” Ancelotti said.
“If the player wants to stay at PSG then of course the two clubs have to sit at the table to talk about this, and we are open to talk and the club is open to talk about this if PSG wants to sign Moise Kean, who is doing really well in this moment. “