It is believed that Serie A giants Juventus are ready to let impressive 19-year-old youngster Moise Kean leave on a loan deal as he’s the subject of interest for some top clubs in Europe.
The likes of Arsenal, Everton, Borussia Dortmund, and Sevilla are reportedly keeping tabs on the Moise Kean and it is only okay for Juve to let him leave on a loan to a club where he’ll garner valuable first-team experience as such an opportunity may not be attainable for him in Turin next season.
The truth is that any deal that sees him leave Turin presently must see him return in the nearest future. Juve do not want to lose their rising star permanently.
Moise Kean has proven to be no ordinary youngster after being initially identified by Juve’s city rivals Torino when he was just 14.
However, he couldn’t play for them as he couldn’t afford his trip from his home in Vercelli. Juve intervened and snapped him up from under the noses of their rivals.
The youngster made his debut for Juve when he was just 16 in November 2016, establishing himself as the youngest-ever debutant to play in one of Europe’s major leagues.
After this, he went on to compete in a UCL fixture 2 days later, albeit as a substitute in a 2:1 win over La Liga outfit Sevilla. He was unarguably the first player born in the 2000s to compete in a UCL fixture.
Moise Kean went on to make more giant strides. He became the first player born after 2000 to find the back of the net in any of Europe’s top 5 major leagues. He scored the winner in a 2:1 win over Bologna.
He was then sent out on loan to Hellas Verona and returned to Juve for the 2018/19 season. It can be recalled that he scored a brace against Udinese in March and his performances prompted Italy boss Roberto Mancini to hand him a start in the first game of the Euro 2020 qualifier against Finland on March 23.
This feat saw him establish himself as the youngest forward to start a game for Italy since Edoardo Mariani in 1912. He scored a goal in the game and became the second-youngest goalscorer for Italy since Bruno Nicole in 1958.
The youngster has carved a niche for himself in smashing records. It’s no surprise that Juve are not willing to let go of him permanently.
Juve are insisting on a €30 million fee for Moise Kean with an additional buy-back clause inserted into the deal. This ensures that Juve can get their man back for around €40 million.
However, it remains to be seen if any club will be willing to accept such a deal and lose the player in the nearest future, as the player will blossom and hit giant strides.
He has shown the capacity and will be a major addition to any of the clubs interested in his signature.