Juventus continues to rejuvenate its workforce. Moise Kean, 21, finds since Tuesday, the club in which he played at the start of his career and that he had to leave last season following a loan from PSG. For the next two seasons, he returns to Turin also in the form of a loan, paying, to the tune of 7 million euros. This is coupled with a purchase obligation if certain sporting criteria are met, this time for a value of 28 million euros. The Italian club are turning the page Ronaldo whose departure was announced Friday by Manchester United.
The player, who grew up not far from Turin in Asti, was trained at Juventus. He made his Serie A and Champions League debut under the bianconero jersey in November 2016, at just 16 years old. After a loan at Hellas Verona in 2017/2018, he played more regularly with Juve from the summer of 2018, under the orders of Massimiliano Allegri who returned to Turin this summer.
Kean then joined Everton in 2019 but was not fully convinced. They push the “Toffees” to lend it last season to the Parisian club. They find themselves alongside Kylian Mbappé and Neymar, where he shows good things. 17 goals scored in 41 matches in all competitions.
Appreciated by Italian coach Roberto Mancini, he was pre-selected for the Euro but removed from the final list. This return to Italy is an opportunity for him to continue his progress, in this club that he knows well.