Moise Kean’s brother Giovanni hopes the Italy striker returns to Juventus and claims it’s 'difficult' to imagine him at Everton again.
Kean is a product of Juventus academy. He left the Old Lady to join the Toffees in a €30m deal in 2019 before moving to PSG on loan this past October.
“I hope he can lift the Champions League this season. It would be great for all our family,” Kean’s brother Giovanni told Tuttosport.
“He says [Kylian] Mbappé and Neymar play a different sport. They are unstoppable during games and training sessions. He is on very good terms with Mbappé [Layvin] Kurzawa and [Mitchel] Bakker.
“Moise has scored 16 goals, but he’s only at 70 per cent of his potential. He is young and has room for improvement,” he added.
“In Paris, he improved as a person and as a footballer. I had this feeling against Barcelona. He gave me the impression he had played 100 games at the Nou Camp."
Juventus and Inter are now reported to be interested in securing the player’s services, but Everton coach Carlo Ancelotti warned the 21-year-old would return to Goodison Park if “nothing happens.”
“I think it’s difficult to imagine him return to Everton, even if he has a contract with them. I can ensure he is very happy at PSG. Anything can happen in football. As a Juventus fan, I hope he returns to Juventus," the striker's brother claimed.
“He has no hard feelings against Juventus. He is on good terms with the club, and Juve are like a family to him. However, Moise is only focused on PSG and the Champions League now.”