Reports from Italy suggest Premier League side Fulham have made enquiries about Juventus striker Moise Keans’ availability. The 23-year-old spent the last two seasons on loan with the Bianconeri with the deal including an obligation to sign him outright this summer for €28 million.
Goal Italia’s Romeo Agresti reports that Fulham have now asked about the availability of the Italy international in their hunt for a replacement for Aleksandar Mitrović.
There’s no suggestion whether Juventus would entertain offers for the young striker, but the club have already completed the signing of Arek Milik this summer and also have Dusan Vlahovic to lead the line.
TuttoJuve journalist Mirko Di Natale reports that Kean is set to resume training today after a spell on the sidelines with injury. He also suggests that despite the interest from Milan and Fulham, Kean seems more likely to remain in Turin for now.