Manchester City have frequently been linked with young Juventus forward Moise Kean in recent weeks, and according to an exclusive report from TMW could make their move for the 16-year-old imminently.
An Italy under-17 international, Kean is represented by the renowned Mino Raiola and issues between the super-agent and Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta mean Kean still has yet to sign a professional contract with the Old Lady.
City are fully aware of this stand-off and could attempt a ‘robbery’ of one of European football’s most exciting teenagers at little to no cost. TMW states that City would be pulling off a Paul Pogba type bargain if they landed Kean, after the Serie A champions famously took the now-£89 million man from Manchester United for a minimal fee.
Pep Guardiola himself is said to have endorsed this move and sees Kean as a potential future first-teamer for the club, and the next few weeks could be decisive with City bosses ready to make a play to see if they can sign the Juventus wonderkid.