All summer long, Moise Kean has been heavily linked to Paris Saint-Germain.
Tottenham Hotspur manager has been seeking to sign the youngster on a permanent basis.
A new loan agreement between Chelsea and Everton is reportedly in process. The forward was thought to be eager to return to France after spending the past season at PSG.
The Merseysiders, on the other hand, appear to have a change of mind in respect to his future.
The Italian will now continue his stay at Goodison Park and compete for a spot in Benitez’s lineup.
Thomas Tuchel initially said that Kean is ‘hard to play against’ in the past interviews.
Last season, the former Juventus star, who costs £25m, revived his career while in Paris.
In all competitions, he netted 19 goals for the giants during his loan stay.
Since the beginning of the summer, there has been speculation that he will leave on some form of contract.
Kean, on the other hand, can now contribute more to Everton thanks to Benitez’s change of mind.
The Italian international, alongside Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison, can pose a serious threat to any Premier League defence.
The only season Kean spent in England’s top division was not without its challenges.
In order to prepare the attacker for the pace and physicality of English football, Benitez has things figured out for him.