Juventus Preparing Minor Tweak to Their Frontline

Moise Kean leaving Juventus on loan is gaining momentum each day. A few teams are lining up to onboard him. Fiorentina are in pole position. They are the favorite destination of the player. Instead, he discarded Salernitana. Monza are also in the running. Something is starting to move in the Premier League too, TuttoSport informs (via OneFootball).

The Old Lady could try to use the striker to obtain a future option for Andrea Colpani. Splitting his wages is the main sticking points of the talks. The Bianconeri are in no mood for discounts, as apparent in the Dean Huijsen deal. Roma had to disburse a decent fee to get an unproven player.

If Kean leaves, Juventus would likely sign Federico Bernardeschi as a replacement. The two don’t play the same role, but the brass and the coaching staff are bullish on Kenan Yildiz.

Instead, the Toronto FC outcast would help them on the wings and the midfield. He’s openly campaigning for it to happen. He’ll head back to Canada on Wednesday after spending time in Turin and touching base with his former teammates. It’d eventually be a six-month loan.

Our Take on Juventus, Kean, and Bernardeschi

Considering what has transpired in the Tiago Djaló signing, the Bianconeri really don’t have any money to spend. Even if it wouldn’t be a juicy acquisition, the return of the former Fiorentina man would give them an extra option for cheap and wouldn’t pout if unused.

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