Arsenal are claimed to be watching Juventus striker Moise Kean closely at present.
The 16 year-old has impressed for the Italian giants Under-17 side, scoring 24 goals in 25 outings last term, and is being watched by a number of European sides.
Arsenal are now said to be having him watched at present, with a possible opening on his signature at present. Kean is yet to sign a professional contract, and his agent, who just so happens to be super-agent Mino Raiola, is keen on technical and financial assurances for his client.
The agent already brokered a deal for 16 year-old Donyell Malen to join the Gunners last summer, who is is admittedly excited about, and he could be open to talking about a deal to bring another young future star to the Emirates Stadium.
The Italian press are continually talking up Kean, and the striker already has 10 goals at various youth levels for his country, having initially made his debut for Italy’s Under-15 side in March 2015.
Moise has been featuring for Juventus’ Under-19 side this term, and made his debut in the UEFA Youth League for his side last term.
Arsenal will likely need to move quick if they do wish to follow up with their interest, as Raiola will not mess around when it comes to drumming up further interest in his young talent.
Hopefully the super-agent will not be put off by potentially having two of his youngsters who play as a striker challenging each other as they look to break into the first-team, otherwise Malen could potentially be a blocker for us.
Would Kean help or hinder Malen if he joined? Would Raiola avoid having two strikers battling it out to breakthrough into the same side?