Moise Kean Could Snub Ajax And Everton Interest In Favour Of Joining Inter Milan
The father of Italian starlet Moise Kean has claimed that his son could quit Juventus in favour of a move to Inter Milan.
According to Biorou Jean Kean, Inter are the 19-year-old's "home" and he could snub interest from Ajax and Everton if the Italian side offer him more money.
"It all started when we were walking around market stalls and I told him to choose a shirt," he told Passioneinter (via Football Italia).
"He wasn't in any doubt, he chose [Obafemi] Martins' Nerazzurri jersey right away.
"Inter are his home: he chose them as a child, so surely he'd like to go there. Then it depends on the offers that come in for him.
"If Inter offer more than what he earns right now, he'll go there in my opinion. When he played for Torino, he always said to me: 'After Toro, take me to Inter.'
"I've read in the newspapers that he could go abroad, but I haven't talked to [Mino] Raiola yet: he'll contact me before making a decision.
"Despite being an adult, he still has his roots here. I'll advise him to go to Inter so he can be even closer to me, instead of going to the Netherlands."
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Kean made a name for himself during the second half of last season as ex-Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri called upon his services in their title-winning campaign.
And the Italy international made 17 appearances across all competitions and scored seven times for Juventus.
Kean could leave Turin depending on how he fits into Maurizio Sarri's plans.
But the ex-Chelsea head coach, 60, reportedly wants Cristiano Ronaldo to be deployed as a false nine, which could further limit Kean's chances of playing as the lone striker.
Inter boss Antonio Conte could turn his attention to Kean as a cheaper alternative to Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, who has been linked with the club in recent weeks.
And the Juventus star could be snapped up with his current contract set to expire in 2020.
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