Coach understands that Moise Kean is not able to guarantee the offensive production that the Portuguese guaranteed.
Massimiliano Allegri is said to have been “furious” with Juventus president Andrea Agnelli and sporting director Federico Cherubini for the way they acted in the transfer market, particularly after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United.
Vecchia Signora acquired Moise Kean from Everton, on loan, in order to ‘make forget’ the Portuguese international, but according to Italian newspaper Il Giornale, the coach was not at all convinced.
The coach, who is back in Turin to succeed Andrea Pirlo in the post, does not believe the Italian international will be able to guarantee the offensive production that the Sporting-trained player would guarantee, so he preferred the arrival of a given element.
In addition, the publication adds, Massimiliano Allegri understood that it would be essential to further strengthen the midfield. Manuel Locatelli arrived at Juventus from Sassuolo, but, in the coach’s opinion, one more solution was missing.