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Arsenal eager to sign Moise Kean

The Gunners are set to battle with Man United to try and sign the youngster

Arsenal are desperate to sign Moise Kean, with the youngster considering where to move to next according to reports.

The Juventus starlet is believed to have the potential to be a big star in the future and the Turin side certainly think this too, as they made him the first player born in 2000 to play in both Serie A and the Champions League after coming on as a sub for the club.

He has impressive pace and composure for such a young player and he’s also been compared in the past to Mario Balotelli – someone that Kean is a big fan of.

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He’s also continued to shine at youth team level, impressing over the last few years and especially during this campaign, bagging 11 goals in 20 games so far this season. It is a tremendous record for the 16-year old star and shows why he is rated so highly by the Serie A side.

However, this potential hasn’t gone unnoticed and it means that Juve could have a battle on their hands to keep him at the club. There is interest from several European teams, including Arsenal and Man United.

The Gunners see him as a star of the future and Arsene Wenger is hopeful that he can bring the younsgter to the Premier League so that he can be a future star at the club. Jose Mourinho wants the same and would love him to make the move to Old Trafford.

They are both believed to be desperate to bring him to England and the player himself is reportedly considering a switch to the Premier League, despite being just 16-years old.

Although opportunities would be limited now due to his tender age, each club is desperate to tie him down to them so that he can shine for them in the future. Juventus are set to also offer him professional terms and he could yet agree to put pen to paper on a pro deal at Juve and commit his long-term future to the Turin club.

However, as long as that pro deal isn’t signed, Arsenal and Man United will remain eager to bring him to the Premier League so that he can light up England in future years – and they could make a move for him this summer.