Moise Kean, on his time at PSG: "It was the best moment of my career"

Moise Kean of Juventus FC looks on during the Serie A...
Moise Kean of Juventus FC looks on during the Serie A... / Nicolò Campo/GettyImages

In an interview for Views, Moise Kean talked about his time at Paris Saint-Germain. The Italian evokes memories of his tenure in the French capital, which he considers the most productive and enjoyable of his career.

Paris has once again marked the life of a person, in this case, former PSG player Moise Kean. The Italian striker, on loan at the French capital during the 2020/21 season, has very good memories of his time at PSG.

Author of a convincing season wearing the jersey of Paris Saint-Germain back then, the Turin native would have undoubtedly wanted to stay longer at the Parc des Princes.

In an interview conceded to Views, the player spoke with nostalgia about his short stay in Paris: "It was the best moment of my career, I really liked being there. I won't forget everything I learned and all the beautiful moments I experienced," he declared.

In love with Paris, Moise Kean returns there regularly to see his family or enjoy the city: “Paris is like home to me. Even when I was younger, I came here because I have a family. I always feel at home here," Kean started. "When I was at PSG, it gave me even more motivation to play here. I had such a great time in Paris. That's probably what helped me do good things here. My teammates, the staff... It's something I'll never forget," he finished.

Currently under contract at Juventus, the 23-year-old striker still holds PSG in high regard, and he would hardly say no to a return. “I was doing great things. But after that, no one can know what will happen tomorrow. I live day to day, and in Paris, I appreciated it very much. We don't know what can happen. If [a return] happens, it happens. Everything happens for a good reason."

Unfortunately for Kean, PSG sports advisor Luis Campos has other plans. Or at least that is what the sports media is leaking with rumors featuring Harry Kane, Victor Osimhen, and Randal Kolo Muani linked to the Parisian team in the position of center forward but none of them mentioning the former Parisien.

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Of course, it must be said that the Portuguese sporting advisor knows how to surprise the Parisian fans... for better or for worse, and with this being PSG we're talking about, one never knows what's about to come.