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Exclusive: Mancini agent Giuliani warns Juventus whiz Kean against loan move

Juventus and Italy wonderkid Moise Kean is ready to shine.

Massimiliano Allegri kept him warm for most of the season, helping him grow away from the pressures of a demanding and difficult team like Juventus.

But now the 2000 class striker has already scored 6 goals in Serie A, 2 for the national team, for a total of 9 season goals in 11 games in the 2018/2019 season.

In attack, Juventus can count on big names like those of Cristiano Ronaldo, Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala and that's why we need to think about whether or not Kean should leave on loan next season. Going to a club where you can play and gain experience, or stay in Turin to challenge two legends like Mandzukic and Ronaldo.

It will not be easy to choose for Juventus, but we must also think about the good of the Italian national team. Azzurri coach Roberto Mancini has staked everything on Kean in the last few games and it looks like an investment that is about to pay off.

Mancini's agent, Nicola Giulian , has spoken to us about Kean - as a national team prospect - and argues the young tyro is good where he is.

Giuliani told Tribalfootball.com: "Mancio rightfully saw him (at Juventus, until his call with the Azzurri, he hadn't played much. But Mancini still called him for the first time) as the future top scorer of the Italian national team.

"He is predestined."

But what is best for him? A loan or another year with Juventus?

According to Giuliani, who spoke exclusively to our microphones: "I think Kean should stay at Juve, which is a fantastic club where all the players improve day by day, season after season. He must carve out his space, he has the skills."

Matteo Vitale
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