The Italian forward has been impressive on loan for Les Parisiens this season.
PSG are reportedly facing strong competition to keep hold of their loanee Moise Kean, who is bound to Everton.
According to reports, the Italian forward is still wanted by his former club Juventus, who are looking to strengthen their attacking options.
Meanwhile, with no mandatory buy-option for Paris St-Germain, the Toffees are eagerly waiting for Kean to return next summer.
Kean’s time at Everton never got off as he would have expected following his move to Goodison Park last summer.
However, the loan move to the French Capital this summer is turning to be an escape route for the 20-year-old, who has already impressed on multiple occasions.
Kean has scored five goals in seven games for Thomas Tuchel’s side including two braces against Dijon FC and Istanbul Basaksehir. He has also proved to be vital for the French Giants in the absence of big stars like Neymar and Mbappe.
PSG are said to be working on a deal to make Kean’s transfer a permanent one but Juve have now joined the transfer race for him.
Andrea Pirlo has a shortage of strikers at the moment bar Alvaro Morata, with the Italian boss looking to sign Kean to strengthen Bianconeri’s attack.
It will be interesting to see what the future holds for the Italian striker and whether he would remain with PSG or opt to return to Turin. Carlo Ancelotti is also seemingly waiting for Kean’s return next season.