Despite being a regular at Hellas Verona, Leeds have the young Italian in their crosshairs.
It’s a difficult transfer to pull off simply due to the fact he’s already receiving playing time in Serie A. But the English side is ready to give it a go, Gianluca Di Marzio reports.
According to SKY, Leeds will offer a loan deal that will see Kean’s wage significantly increased. Afterwards, he would return to Juventus in the summer where he will try to break into the first team.
Kean was the first player born in the new millennium to play in both Serie A and the UEFA Champions League. This season, he has scored two goals in 15 appearances (each averaging 53 minutes).