Kean: ‘I don’t know my future’

by | Apr 14, 2021 08:41

Paris Saint-Germain striker Moise Kean said he doesn’t know where he will play in the future. ‘I’m focused on this beautiful moment’.

Les Parisiens lost 1-0 to Bayern Munich at Parc des Princes last night, but advanced to the semi-finals of the Champions League with a 3-3 draw on aggregate.

The Italy international, on loan from Everton, replaced Julian Draxler after 73 minutes and admitted the French champions ‘suffered’.

Paris Saint-Germain striker Moise Kean said he doesn’t know where he will play in the future. ‘I’m focused on this beautiful moment’.

Les Parisiens lost 1-0 to Bayern Munich at Parc des Princes last night, but advanced to the semi-finals of the Champions League with a 3-3 draw on aggregate.

The Italy international, on loan from Everton, replaced Julian Draxler after 73 minutes and admitted the French champions ‘suffered’.

“We fought for every ball,” Kean told Sky Sport Italia after the match. “We suffered a lot, but we came out of it well.”

Kean said everything is easier when Brazilian hero Neymar is on the pitch.

“He brings a great contribution to the team, especially with his talent,” Kean continued. “What he does on the pitch is incredible.

“He didn’t give us the advantage today, but he worked for the team, which is the most important thing.”

Die Roten defeated PSG 1-0 in the Final of the competition last term and Kean believes this is the year for the Ligue 1 giants.

“Every match is tough, and we have now earned a place in the semi-finals,” he said. “Now, we’ll recover, and we will see how the semi-finals go later. We will give 100 per cent there too.”

Kean moved to Everton from Juventus in August 2019 but struggled to impress at Goodison Park.

This term, he has scored 16 goals in 33 competitive games with Paris Saint-Germain.

“Last year at Everton, I didn’t play much,” he said. “I worked hard during the summer. It gave me a big lesson, to don’t give up and work when needed.

“Now, I have a coach who gives me confidence and I can contribute for the team.”

But the 21-year-old doesn’t know what will happen when his loan deal expires in June.

“I don’t know. I enjoy this beautiful moment,” Kean said. “Now, we are in the semi-finals. Eventually I have to work out my future, but right now I focus on what happens here.

“What my future will be, I don’t know yet.”

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