Juve bosses ready to drive a hard bargain for Moise Kean
- The 18-year-old striker has been approached by Chievo and AC Milan over the possible loan move
- It is believed that the young Italian prospect won't be getting any first-team football with the likes of Ronaldo and Mandzukic on the team
- Juve bosses, however, are in no hurry to loan out the promising prospect
- His agent, Mino Raiola is pushing for departure
Always praised by Juve fans as "the only natural backup for Mandzukic on the roster" and "one of the biggest up-and-coming talents in Europe", Moise Kean is still not likely to be getting into the first team any time soon with the likes of Mario Mandzukic and Cristiano Ronaldo dominating Juve's first-team landscape.
Given that the young striker has only played 13 minutes for the main team thus far into the season, so a change in scenery would be more than just welcome.
And Chievo Verona, as well as AC Milan, have allegedly approached Mino Raiola, who happens to be Kean's agent as they wanted to sign young Juventini until the end of the season.
Kean's agent, Mino Raiola is pushing for a departure even though it remains a very challenging proposition - The Old Lady will ask around €20-25m for their promising starlet, an offer not so many clubs will be willing to entertain.
On the other hand, Italian U-19 player could be allowed to leave provided another striker arrives and Allegri grants his permission.