Moise Kean could be on his way out in January, as the request comes from the player himself. Kenan Yildiz blossoming further reduced his chances of seeing decent minutes.
According to Alfredo Pedullà, the forward hasn’t openly asked to be sold, but he’d like to have more visibility. He’s aware that their hierarchy doesn’t work in his favor.
Juventus could indeed decide to fulfil the demand by Kean. He needs to extend his contract first. It expires in a year and a half. Prolonging it has clear financial benefits for the side. Monza, Fiorentina, and Bologna have shown the most interest so far.
On the other hand, the striker makes €4M per year, which is an issue especially for smaller outfits, Tuttomercatoweb informs. The Bianconeri would have to contribute to it at least partially. The Old Lady still prefers not to modify their squad as they have found the right balance. A late flier on Federico Bernardeschi could be in the cards if somebody departed.
Our Take on Juventus and Kean
Even though he has rarely been great for a few matches in a row, he has a chance to make the Italy squad for the Euro. All the other options, including the top ones Gianluca Scamacca, Ciro Immobile, and Mateo Retegui, aren’t having stellar seasons. A loan would only help his odds. Given his salary, he might have better luck finding a team abroad, or the club really has to make him a solid.
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