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Juventus refuse to sell Kean but Raiola insists
09/01/2019, 20:20
Today in Milan, Juventus and Chievo representatives met to discuss the possible transfer of Moise Kean, who evidently is a wanted player on the transfer market. 
Chievo reportedly asked to loan the striker but Juve's sporting director, Fabio Paratici, quickly rejected this offer. In fact, the intention of the Bianconeri is to keep Kean, not even wanting to let him go on loan. The 'no' to Chievo follows the same path as the negotiations with Milan and SPAL. 
However, Kean's agent Mino Raiola is pushing for a departure, though a transfer remains tough. Juventus are asking for €20-25m in order to let their starlet go, which is an offer that not many clubs can come up with. 
Alternatively, the Frenchman could be allowed to leave if another striker arrives, as the club would then have the approval of manager Max Allegri. 
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