Is it too early to suggest that Moise Kean has rediscovered his form at Paris Saint-Germain?

When Moise Kean netted six goals in as many games for Juventus, back in 2019, he captured the attention of many top clubs across Europe, and when Everton lured him to Goodison Park that summer for £25m, it was considered to be an incredible signing by the Merseyside outfit.

However, in his first year in England, it’s fair to say that things didn’t really work out for the young Italian. In 29 Premier League appearances he scored just twice, whilst he also suffered with ill-discipline, and was even humiliated when Duncan Ferguson subbed him on and off again after just 19 minutes against Manchester United.

Of course, it was never going to be easy for a teenager to leave his homeland and adapt to the treacherous conditions of North West England, and, arguably, the toughest league in Europe, in just one year. So, it’s unfair to write him off completely, and his loan move to Paris Saint-Germain is proof of that.

After starting the season with the Toffees, netting twice in two EFL Cup games, but failing to score in two Premier League outings, the 20-year-old was loaned to the French Ligue 1 giants, and he has enjoyed a good start to life at PSG, who are amongst the favourites in the outright Champions League odds from Betfair.

Kean featured for the full 90 minutes in a 4-0 win over Nimes Olympique and came on at half-time, replacing Idrissa Gueye, in the 2-1 defeat against Man United, but achieved little more than a yellow card against the latter.

Back in the starting XI for PSG’s next match against Dijon, Kean found the back of the net twice, scoring his first inside the opening two minutes, before doubling his tally 20 minutes later.

On the back of the good performance against Dijon, the Italian international was rewarded with another start against Basaksehir in the Champions League, and again the 20-year-old was on the scoresheet, netting twice at PSG ran-out 2-0 winners against the Turkish side.

PSG travelled to Nantes last weekend, and Kean was named in Thomas Tuchel’s starting line-up for the third-successive time. However, with deadlock yet to be broken at half-time, the Italian was replaced by Kays Ruiz-Atil.

His performances for PSG haven’t gone unnoticed back in England either, with current Toffees boss, and fellow Italian, Carlo Ancelotti acknowledging his goal-scoring spree, and claiming that Kean will be back at Goodison Park next season.

“I didn’t speak with him, but I saw him score four goals in two games. This is good. This is good for Paris Saint-Germain, for him and for us also,” the three-time Champions League winning manager said.

“We decided to allow him to go on loan, to play more, to have more opportunity to play more. He is showing his quality and he will be back next season.”

Some players adapt to certain leagues better than others, that’s no secret when it comes to European football, and we have seen it multiple times over the years. It’s probably too earlier to tell if Kean has rediscovered his spark his France, but, finding his shooting boots this season, could be the key to success in the Premier League in the future.