Arsenal, Barcelona and Everton are interested in Juventus 19-year-old Moise Kean, according to reports.
The usually-reliable Italian outlet Di Marzio reports that after the signing of Matthijs De Ligt, Juventus are now focusing on sales. Talented teenager Moise Kean is on the list of potential options to leave this summer.
Everton are reportedly ‘particularly keen’ on the striker, whilst Arsenal and Barcelona have also made enquiries, though Barcelona want to immediately send him on loan to Sevilla.
Juventus want to sell for €25-30m, but also include a first refusal clause in case of a future sale.
Kean has a year left on his contract, so it’s possible this will be the Serie A club’s last real chance to cash in on him. The striker scored seven goals and assisted one in 17 appearances last season, as is proving himself as one of Italy’s top young prospects.
The main thing making an Arsenal move for the striker look unlikely right now is Eddie Nketiah’s encouraging pre-season form.
The suggestion from Unai Emery is that the club were willing to give Nketiah a chance to be third-choice this season if he performed in pre-season, and three goals and an assist isn’t a bad return for the first three games.
Signing Kean in addition to Nketiah and all the other promising academy strikers at the club (John-Jules, Balogun, Greenwood) would be a strange use of a very limited budget, even if it would be an exciting deal nonetheless.