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Moise Kean’s future is more complicated than ever

April 6, 2022 - 10:30 am

Moise Kean returned to Juventus in the summer when Cristiano Ronaldo left the club and they needed attacking reinforcements.

Although they didn’t sign him as a replacement for the Portuguese attacker, he was expected to help by scoring some goals.

The Italy international hasn’t had the best of reunions, and his poor form is one reason the Bianconeri signed Dusan Vlahovic in the last transfer window.

The Serbian’s arrival has pushed Kean further down the pecking order, and he could leave the club by the end of this season.

Tuttomercatoweb claims his future is increasingly far away from the Allianz Stadium, but that is not all.

He doesn’t have enough suitors, with PSG reportedly the only club to have an interest in him following his successful loan spell with them last season.

However, the French club cannot sign him unless they ship out former Inter Milan striker, Mauro Icardi. They will also need to find an agreement with Everton before adding him to their squad again.

Juve FC Says

Kean started his career very well at Juve, and we expected him to go on and do great things.

Because he previously thrived under Max Allegri, we also expected him to return to form under the Juve boss in this campaign.

However, he has been poor, and we just need to ship him out even if it is on a temporary spell to another Serie A club.

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    Ringo April 6, 2022 at 11:31 am

    I guess the way Kean moved and played the ball are what seems to be unsatisfying to Allegri. Actually stat wise, we can not tell that Kean is worse than others…Kean starts 11 games this season and converted 5 goals. Compared to Moratta 28 starts 8 goals, 5 assists; Vlahovic 9 starts 5 goals 1 assist. Had he made 28 starts, he would have scored with higher percentage than Morata.

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    Phoenix Juve April 6, 2022 at 1:02 pm

    RINGO you are spot on with your assessment. To me, the take on Moise Kean is nonsense as you can’t produce when you don’t play. Allegri is to loyal to certain individuals and it limits others playing time even though their production is not better. Moise goal per minute is right inline with all the other strikers at the club and Allegri substitution pattern of bringing him on extremely late does not promote an environment for him to have long term success. This same thing was said of Kulu and look at how he is performing at Tottenham.