Kean will be back next season – Ancelotti
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However, the 20-year-old will return to Goodison Park in July, as Everton has refused to include the option for PSG to purchase Kean in the agreement.
The Italian striker made an impressive start on loan at Paris Saint-Germain and has already scored four goals for the French champions this season.
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has insisted that Moise Kean return to the club next year.
“I haven’t spoken to him, but I’ve seen him score four goals in two games.
“That’s what the contract says,” said Ancelotti when asked if Kean will return to Everton.
“We decided to allow him to go on loan, play more, have more opportunities to play more. He is showing his quality and he will be back next season.
“That’s good. It’s good for Paris Saint Germain, for him and also for us.”
Newcastle boss Bruce defends Pickford
The 26-year-old has been criticized in some circles this season for certain performances and the incident with Virgil van Dijk in the 2-2 derby draw.
Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce has defended Everton’s goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
Bruce, who was head of Sunderland when Pickford came through the youth ranks in the Black Cats, has however defended the England international.
“When you are England’s number one, you are there to be shot at. Every mistake he makes is highlighted.
“I can tell you, he is a very good goalkeeper,” said Magpies boss Bruce before Everton’s trip to Newcastle on Sunday.
“When he has played for England, he has never let anyone down. He just has to get used to it, get on with it and accept that it’s part of being a goalkeeper, especially when you’re England’s number one.
West Ham’s victory proved that Nkounkou is ready to represent Digne.
“That’s part of being England’s No. 1. He will have to deal with it….