Juventus are reportedly giving serious thought to keeping Moise Kean at the club for the upcoming season.
The precocious talent has attracted attention from many clubs over the course of his development at Juventus and is yet to sign his first professional contract with the club.
His addition to the first team for a series of games last season was seen as an attempt to appease him and his agent in an effort to get him to remain at the club for the foreseeable future.
The trust shown in the youngster paid off as he made a handful of substitute appearances before netting his first senior goal on the closing day of the 2016/17 campaign.
Initial reports from Italy suggested both Crotone and Hellas Verona wanted to sign the 17-year-old on loan, while FC Zwolle also made their interest known.
According to the ever-reliable Romeo Agresti, despite the various options available and the competition for a starting place in the squad, Juventus may opt to keep Kean at the club until at least January.
It’s suggested Beppe Marotta is in no rush to commit Kean to a contract and the Juve director is in constant contact with Mino Raiola, meaning the chances of the Bianconeri losing Kean to another side are slim. Watch this space…