Juventus is set to battle PSG for the signature of Moise Kean as the French side remains keen to keep him permanently.

He moved from Juventus to Everton last season for 30m euros and joined the French giants on loan for this season.

He has been in fantastic form for them so far and they are happy to keep him beyond his loan stint.

They don’t have the option or obligation to sign him permanently but they want to negotiate that.

Calciomercato says they have made up their minds that they will not miss out on signing him permanently.

Juventus has watched him develop into one of the best players in Paris and they are interested in his return.

The Bianconeri has banked on just Alvaro Morata as a striker this season and they even looked to sign a backup in the last transfer window.

That never happened and this summer will see them go on the lookout again.

His fine form in France will make Everton consider keeping him for another season, but Juve will try to beat PSG to his signature.

It remains unclear if the attacker will be interested in a swift return to Italy after he was thrown away by the champions.

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