• Everton has green-lighted the possible temporary exit of PSG loanee Moise Kean
  • PSG is keen on bringing Kean back after his successful loan spell with the Toffees
  • The striker is being tracked by Inter Milan and Juventus

A prolific Paris Saint-Germain striker could see himself playing alongside Lionel Messi this season.

Widespread rumors have linked PSG to a move for Juventus marksman Cristiano Ronaldo, drawing up a fanciful team-up with his arch-rival Messi.

However, the said transfer is still far-fetched given it is a no-brainer that signing a player like Ronaldo isn’t as easy as it sounds.

Nevertheless, PSG still has a chance to add another goalscoring machine to its already-stacked attacking unit in Moise Kean, a striker the club has loaned out to English Premier League Everton.

The Toffees are now open to entering a deal for Kean and are even looking forward to getting it done within the “last two weeks” of the current transfer window, Italian outlet Tuttomercatoweb reported.

International Business Times could not independently verify this information.

The report said that Everton is “willing to indulge” in Kean’s desire to leave and could fancy letting the forward go on a temporary basis.

This has got Serie A side Inter Milan alerted with the club’s chief Giuseppe Marotta now “evaluating” Kean’s situation, the report added.

PSG, on the other hand, is “willing to bet” on Kean again as the club starts anew after his impressive loan spell at Everton, Calciomercato reported, citing Diario AS.

If things go as planned, the report noted that the Italian will “take over” should Mauro Icardi’s PSG exit comes to fruition.

An earlier report, meanwhile, stated that with Ronaldo constantly being rumored to depart Juventus, the Old Lady is considering re-signing Kean as a suitable “replacement.”

Cristiano Ronaldo's goals salvaged a draw for Juventus against Roma last weekend. His team face Napoli on Sunday
Cristiano Ronaldo's goals salvaged a draw for Juventus against Roma last weekend. His team face Napoli on Sunday AFP / Tiziana FABI

Messi’s arrival at PSG seemingly caused a massive shake-up in the team’s roster.

Rumors began swirling that the future of Kylian Mbappe, and the rest of the club’s attackers is now uncertain with the Argentine likely to be handed the most playing time.

However, PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino insisted that despite having Messi on his

"I am the coach of PSG and I want to have the best players, like the other coaches,” Pochettino explained. “We have a very well-balanced workforce. The arrival of [Lionel] Messi has produced something that everyone can feel. We know Messi is the best player in the world or one of the best. We have several players and Mbappé is also one of the best players in the world.”

"We have to make sure that all these talents are put to the service of the collective, that it be fluid so that we can create something important in the team."

PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino with Neymar last season
PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino with Neymar last season AFP / Denis Charlet