AC Milan were interested in signing Moise Kean from Juventus in the summer window and they put forward two ideas, a report claims.
Calciomercato.com write how Juve boss Max Allegri doesn’t have European competitions to worry about this season but in some ways that can make balancing minutes and rotating the team more difficult, because players like Kean and Arek Milik could become discontent with their playing time.
Allegri has chosen to put faith in the Chiesa-Vlahovic front two, something that limits the space available to others, especially Kean who was the subject of a lot of exit rumours in the summer.
Nottingham Forest in the Premier League enquired about Kean but it didn’t go much further than that, and in the end they signed Divock Origi on a loan with option to buy deal.
Milan also called Juve in the last few weeks of the transfer window, in search of a striker who could complete the team. They put forward two hypotheses: a loan with option to buy or some kind of an exchange deal with Origi.
These were two ideas that the Bianconeri management didn’t even want to take into consideration. Kean now wants more playing time, and any suitors still interested will be watching his situation closely.