Former Everton star Michael Ball has told Football FanCast that he hopes Everton and Farhad Moshiri make a tidy profit on Moise Kean if he does move to PSG on a permanent basis in the summer transfer window.
The 21-year-old moved on loan to PSG at the start of the season and has enjoyed an excellent spell in Ligue 1.
In total, Kean has scored 18 goals in all competitions in 35 games, and has become a regular under manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Ball believes that the deal was an excellent one, especially given that there was no sell-on clause included in the deal, meaning Juve won’t be owed anything if he does move to PSG permanently.
Reports have suggested that the French club are keen on a move, with The Times reporting that he will cost around £45m to sign this summer, a price that would mark a profit of £20m.
Speaking exclusively to FFC, Ball says he is hopeful that any money banked will be reinvested into the squad.
He said: “Everton got a great deal when they brought him to the club, there was no sell-on fee, and I thought that was great business.
“You just hoped he would have hit the ground running, unfortunately it hasn’t worked out for him. Whether the Premier League doesn’t suit him right now, at this moment in time, but I think Everton, with the amount of money they spent, there’s going to be pressures from the financial situation to bolster the squad.
“If the money comes in for Moise Kean, hopefully Everton will make a profit on that and use it to the best of their ability.”