Could Juventus’ Serie A starlet Moise Kean be on his way to the Championship with Leeds United reportedly hoping to sign him in January?

Moise Kean is a striker with almost limitless potential. There is a reason why he became the first player born in the 21st century to make his debut in one of Europe’s major leagues, after all.

But since exploding onto scene with Juventus as a 16-year-old in 2016, he has struggled to kick on with the Serie A champions. Though that is more a reflection of Juve’s remarkable quality in attack, with Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic and one Cristiano Ronaldo fighting for a place, rather than Kean’s own ability.

So maybe a move to the Championship would serve the striker well.

According to Sport, there is an offer on the table from Leeds United with the now-18-year-old expected to leave Juventus on a temporary basis in the January transfer window.

Now, a teenage striker who has played just 25 senior club games, scoring five goals, is hardly guaranteed to succeed at Elland Road but there can be no doubt about his talent.

Kean even made his Italy debut in the 1-0 win against the USA this week with national team manager Roberto Mancini, as well as the Juventus coaches, seemingly confident that Kean is a star in the making.

No wonder the Leeds fans are Kean to see what Moise has to offer.

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