Leeds United are again being linked with a move for Juventus’ talented striker Moise Kean. The Italian was linked with a move to Elland Road in January but continued in a loan spell at Chievo Verona instead.
Now, as reported by Calciomercato, Leeds are keen on the player again this summer. Monaco want to sign the 18-year-old but they are unlikely to do so. The report claims that Monaco will not want to have a buy-back clause inserted into the deal.
Leeds however, according to the Italian site, would be willing to have a buy-back inserted into the deal.
Which would be a wise decision from the club.
“Kean is worth €75 million (£66.4 million).”
Kean is an extremely talented forward and Leeds are right to be on the hunt for the player. Of course, the buy–back clause would be a set-back for Leeds, as at any time Juventus could snatch him up.
But the price involved is likely to be high and a fee that Leeds would accept even without a clause involved.
Kean is a top young talent and he would add an extra dimension to the attack in West Yorkshire. If they can get hold of him, they should accept any buy-back clause thrown into the deal.