Kean could 'blow the Premier League away' at Everton after intriguing Romano update - ex-manager
Alex McLeish has claimed Moise Kean may want to remain at Everton under a new manager this summer.
The former Scotland boss, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, suggested the 21-year would have “unfinished business” at Goodison Park.
As reported by reputable Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano (June 20th), PSG sporting director Leonardo wants to re-sign Kean on loan for next season.
However, it is said the French giants will be forced to wait until a new manager is appointed at Goodison Park.
McLeish admitted some players struggle to adapt to the pace of the English top flight.
However, he suggested Kean would want to “blow the Premier League away”.
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Asked if he wanted to see the new manager give Kean a chance, McLeish told Football Insider’s Russell Edge: “Only if he wants to come back and play in the Premier League.
“Maybe it didn’t suit his style of play. The Premier League can be breakneck speed and it’s about different type of approaches by certain clubs and managers.
“They arrange their teams in different ways and possibly he didn’t thrive. He seemed to do well for PSG during his loan spell.
“There’ll probably be a part of him saying,: ‘I’ve got to make up for lost time. Show what I’m really capable of and blow the Premier League away. I’ve got unfinished business there.’
“That would be my thinking as an individual.”
Kean scored 17 times in 41 appearances across all competitions for PSG.
However, he has netted just four goals in 37 games since joining Everton from Juventus.
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