Friday, 23 June 2017

Moise Kean’s Father Tells Juve: Give Me The Tractors You Promised Or Lose My Son

The youngster's father also says Mino Raiola does not represent his son despite the super-agent's claims to the contrary
Juventus risk losing starlet Moise Keane — unless they give his father tractors and other farming equipment he claims he is owed.

Biorou Kean claims that he had reached an agreement with the Bianconeri over a new contract for his son, but his payment for the deal - agricultural machinery for his farm - never arrived.

Until he is 18, Kean's parents' permission is required before he can sign any contract and Biorou says he has never given Raiola permission to act on his son's behalf.
"Juventus offered a contract of €700,000-a-year, which was fine, but the problem is they had also promised me some tractors for my agricultural business in the Ivory Coast, but now they say that there is no budget for them," Biorou Kean reportedly told Tuttosport.
"I've got several hectares of land in the Ivory Coast which I would like to cultivate with rice and corn. I asked for this agricultural machinery and they told me that there wouldn't be any problems, but now things have changed. I want to go back home and dedicate myself to that.

"[Raiola] says that he is my son's agent, but the truth is we have never signed any agreement," he added.

"In fact, if I were to choose, I would choose another agent."
With uncertainty over who really represents the 17-year-old, who will turn 18 next February, his future remains unclear. His father says Juve "risk losing him on a free" if they do not agree to meet with him and discuss a new contract, while he also claims that Raiola tried to take Kean to an English club, but that he had "blocked" him from doing so.

Kean became the first player born since 2000 to play and score in Serie A, while he was also the first player from the new millennium to appear in the Champions League.

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