Italian striker Moise Kean is reportedly seeking greater opportunities to play and is considering leaving Juventus during the January transfer window.
In the past, he’s had contact with AC Milan, but in recent weeks, both Fiorentina and Monza have shown interest. Premier League clubs are also reportedly keeping an eye on the situation and could enter the bidding at any point. French team Rennes has recently joined the list of potential suitors. Despite Kean’s high wage, Brianzoli maintains hope for a positive outcome and will keep trying until the young striker commits to another team.
Fiorentina, on the other hand, is currently evaluating its attacking options and hasn’t ruled out further changes in the lineup. While the club’s ranking remains positive, concerns have grown around the team’s offensive statistics. The primary goal for the management is to quickly change the trend.
The January transfer window offers the opportunity to consider a semi-revolution, which involves the potential departure of Brekalo and Nzola, under certain conditions. The Kean deal also can be realized under certain conditions: on loan, without any particular commitments in June, and considering his salary of about 3 million euros per season.