Moise Kean faces an uncertain future over the upcoming summer transfer window. Among his potential suitors, Juventus may now be ruled out as a contender to sign him away from parent club Everton.
As noted by the Italian-based outlet Tuttosport (via Le10Sport), Juventus is now pulling back its interest in signing Kean to a multi-year permanent transfer deal. The Italian side will be looking elsewhere for center-forward depth, such as with the likes of Fiorentina star Dusan Vlahovic.
Kean had been in the rumor mill over the past year regarding a possible return to the Serie A powerhouse. The Italian forward made his professional debut with Juventus over the 2016-2017 campaign, where a mere four appearances in all competitions in that season was good enough to earn him medals for the team’s triumph in Serie A and Coppa Italia.
As Tuttosport now states that Juventus is not expected to make a push to sign Kean, it may be down to either staying at PSG or a return to Everton for the young Italian goal-scorer.
Kean currently has a trio of seasons remaining on his contract with the Premier League side.
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