It is already official. Moise kean, Italian international striker, is back in the Juventus, the club of its professional beginnings, as announced on Tuesday by the ‘Bianconeri’, who have just suffered the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United.
Kean, 21, on loan last season at Paris Saint-Germain, returns to Turin at the close of the market in Europe. The Juventus paid 7 million euros for its assignment for two years, and has a purchase obligation of 28 million euros in case certain sporting criteria are met.
Thus, ‘Juve’ continues with the rejuvenation of its squad and seeks to turn the page of Ronaldo, whose departure was announced on Friday towards Manchester United. Kean, who grew up in Asti, trained in the ‘Vecchia Signora’ and made his debut in Serie A and in the Champions League with the black and white T-shirt in November 2016, when he was 16 years old.
After a loan to Hellas Verona (2017-18), he played more regularly with the Juventus Starting in the summer of 2018, under the command of a Massimiliano Allegri who has also returned to Turin, managing that season to play the first of his nine games with the Italian national team.
At Everton, the club he arrived at in 2019, the powerful and fast forward did not finish convincing, asking the ‘Toffees’ to give up last season to PSG. Along with Neymar and Kylian Mbappé, the Italian showed good things, scoring a total of 17 goals in 41 games counting all competitions.
Valued by the Italian coach, Roberto Mancini, Moise kean he was shortlisted for the European Championship but was ruled out of the final list of 26 names. Now in the Juventus, this return to Italy is an opportunity for the Italian to continue his progression at a club he knows well.
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