Club News

Moise Kean focused on one thing amidst uncertainty over his future

November 11, 2022 - 7:30 pm

Moise Kean has looked revived in recent matches after scoring three goals in his last four matches for Juve.

The Azzurri striker returned to the club on loan from Everton last season and he was underwhelming in his first campaign back in Turin.

However, Max Allegri has continued to give him chances to improve his performance and prove he can make it at the club.

The striker has to be redeemed by Juve at the end of this season or he will return to Everton in England.

His time at the Premier League club has been poor and Juve offers him the perfect escape from his struggles there.

A report on Calciomercato reveals Kean only wants to stay at Juve and he is focused on impressing the Bianconeri.

Having scored some key goals in recent matches, the striker wants to remain on the team and continue to score the goals it needs to reach its targets.

Juve FC Says

Kean has looked rejuvenated in recent weeks which is great for his career, but the striker must stay focused because there is more hard work ahead for him to do.

He is on the right path now and we wish him the very best for the rest of this season.

If he keeps scoring, we will rely less on Dusan Vlahovic and that will leave the club with no choice but to sign him permanently.

You Might Also Like

  • Avatar
    Ringo November 12, 2022 at 3:42 am

    Kean was lucky to have the ball deflected off the defender first hand before escaping Montipo’s palm. Off the ball, his positioning is simply poor making him rarely deal with the ball in the process. He should learn making himself available for others to work with…

  • Avatar
    Phoenix Juve November 12, 2022 at 7:22 am

    Nonsense Ringo that was a solid goal. funny part about all this is Keans goal record when he actually starts a game is pretty good and one of the best on the team. When he gets real minutes he produces. We absolutely have to keep him as his is the only striker not named Chiesa on our team with pace. The ball he got to from the Rabbiot pass Vlahovic nor Millik could reach.

  • Avatar
    Uncle Petter November 12, 2022 at 11:26 am

    Kean is not juve level, even if he can become a player good enough to play some part in most of the top 10 sides in the Serie A. To pay 30 million to make hehis deal permanent must be avoided at all cost.