On Monday, we covered a story from Tuttosport regarding Moise Kean’s situation at Juventus and the interest being shown in the 19-year-old.
Arsenal were said to have made an offer, which hadn’t convinced the Serie A champions, while Everton ‘remained vigilant’ about the whole thing.
Well, Corriere dello Sport corroborate that information, explaining that Juventus want €40m for their starlet, and, so far, no one has given them a reason to consider his exit.
Their ideal scenario would be to keep the forward, but they know that might not be possible, and so a sale (and hopefully a buy-back clause) could be considered.
It’s stated Everton have been ‘turned away many times’, only offering €30m for Kean so far, while Borussia Dortmund have started to make the ‘first moves’ towards a potential transfer.
As mentioned above, Corriere explain Juventus would ‘like to keep a buy-back clause or, at least, a “fast-track” to bring him back to the club’.
That means that if they can’t convince the buying club to insert a buy-back clause, some preferential treatment down the line would be appreciated.
The newspaper believe the ‘race for Kean’ has ‘only just started’, suggesting there’s a lot more to come in this, and with both Everton and Arsenal in England and Borussia Dortmund in Germany after him, we could be in for an exiting ride.