Arsenal target, Moise Kean, could leave Juventus this summer because the Serie A club haven’t given his father the tractors they promised him.

  • Kean’s father unhappy with Juve failing to meet terms of son’s contract
  • Moise Kean signed new deal at the end of last year
  • Arsenal previously keen, as were Manchester United
  • Forward could leave Juve this summer

According to Kean’s father, who owns a farm back on the Ivory Coast, agricultural equipment was included in his son’s contract when he signed for Juventus last year, and since they haven’t delivered on their promise, the forward could allegedly leave this summer.

“They promised me agricultural equipment for my company in the Ivory Coast,” said Moise’s father, Biorou Kean.

“There, I own several hectares of land, which I’d like to start growing rice and corn on. I’m an agronomist, I’ve worked in rice paddies and I asked for agricultural equipment.

“They told me that there was no problem but then Juve’s lawyer contacted me to tell me their contract offer had been revoked because my requests were out of their means.”

Kean was linked with Arsenal at the end of 2016 after he broke into Juve’s first team last season.

In total, the 17-year-old only played 23 minutes for the senior squad over all competitions, but given his age and the calibre of players around him at the Old Lady, it was a good start.

The Gunners, however, dropped their interest in the youngster after he signed a new deal with Juve.

If the terms of the Italian striker’s current contract aren’t being met, his agent is Mino Raiola, who has a star-studded client list which includes Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and he’s bound to be on the case.