Gabriel Agbonlahor has tipped Everton to sell out-of-favour striker Moise Kean to Paris Saint-Germain this month.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Premier League striker claimed Kean “will be dying” for his loan move to be made permanent.
Sky Sports reported earlier this week PSG and Everton are in negotiations over a £31million deal after his fine start to life in the French capital.
Kean has scored nine goals in 16 games across all competitions for PSG who have just appointed former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager.
The Italian found his opportunities limited at Everton at the beginning of this season because of the emergence of Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
The 20-year-old played just 13 minutes of Premier League football before moving to PSG on loan in October.
A deal worth £31million would see the Toffees make £4million profit on a striker who found the net just twice in his only full season with the club.
“I think it would be good business for both,” Agbonlahor told Football Insider.
“Sometimes transfers don’t work out for whatever reason.
“It’s not worked for him at Everton and I think both him and the club would agree it suits both of them.
“£31million is a good fee for Everton to get.
“I’m sure Moise Kean will be dying for that to be made permanent so he can get back to scoring goals in France.”
Kean signed a five-year deal with Everton in the summer of 2019 after his move from Juventus.
The eight-time Italy international scored eight goals in 21 games for the Italian giants before moving to Merseyside.