The father of Moise Kean has said that the forward has supported Inter Milan from his boyhood days and the youngster would be open to the prospect of joining the Nerazzurri. The 19-year-old has been with the Bianconeri since the beginning of his professional career and he made his breakthrough during the previous campaign where he notched seven goals from 17 appearances.
Speaking to reporters, Kean’s father said that the teenager has a special bond when it comes to the Nerazzurri and would find it hard to turn down an approach from the San Siro giants, he told: “At home almost all his brothers support AC Milan. One of his brothers and I, are Juventus fans, and he resisted ‘No, I support Inter.’ It all started when we were walking through a street market and I told him to choose a shirt.
“He did not doubt, immediately choosing Obafemi Martins’ shirt. He grew up wearing Obafemi Martins’ shirt, Inter is his home, he chose them as a child, growing up like a real Nerazzurri fan, so I’m sure he would like to play there. Then it depends on the offers that arrive, but for me he will go to Inter.”
Kean got some gametime during the backend of the previous season where the Bianconeri had pretty much sealed the title. However, there are question marks whether he could make a mark under new boss Maurizio Sarri next season, considering the Italian has generally preferred to go with experience rather than youth from the starting XI.
Irrespective of this, the Bianconeri don’t seem to be looking at the prospect of sanctioning his sale and a loan move could be the best option, should the marksman receive no assurances of regular gametime. Kean has made a stunning beginning to his senior career with Italy with three goals from just two caps.