The Italy international returned to Turin after agreeing to transfer from Everton on loan and hopes to make up for the Portuguese star’s loss
Moise Kean is the person Juventus turned after seeing Cristiano Ronaldo leave Manchester United, but the 21-year-old said he had “no pressure” Filled up the boots of Torino’s five-time Ballon d’Or winner.
As the summer transfer window prepares to close, the Bianconeri finds itself as the light of the forward, the iconic The Portuguese left the final year of his contract when he returned to Old Trafford.
Massimiliano Allegri has various other options, including Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata, but left the club in 2016 The Kean of the academy system was chosen after Ronaldo withdrew A two-year lease agreement was reached with Everton.
What did you say?
When asked to help fill the vacancy caused by the departure of one of the greatest players in history, Keane told reporters: “I have no pressure to replace Ronaldo.
“I just want to help the team where I grew up and the team where I had a good time.
“I just want to play football, I have no pressure, I just feel the responsibility of wearing a Juventus jersey.”
He added: “I have always enjoyed playing for this club. As soon as the opportunity arises, I undoubtedly made the right choice. Juventus has always had a place in my heart.
“I am fortunate to have experienced different leagues at my age, such as the Premier League and Ligue 1. I have learned a lot and now I am ready to dedicate everything I have to this team.”
“I am here to help the team. This is the club where I grew up and I have many good memories. I do feel responsible for playing for Juventus, but it is not a burden.
“We have an experienced young team. We didn’t get the best start, but Juventus always aims high and I believe we will achieve outstanding results.
“Allegri is a coach who always aims at the top. He taught me a lot. The game in Malmö boosted morale. We are ready for Sunday’s game against AC Milan.”
How many goals did Keane score in his career?
Keane played 21 times for Juventus in his first season and scored 8 goals, including the 2017-18 loan period in Verona, Greece.
He traveled to Everton in 2019, but worked hard to make an impact in English football and only made four efforts for the Toffees in 39 games.
However, a spark was discovered during the loan of Paris Saint-Germain last season, Find the target for the giant Ligue 1 17 times.
He is now back in a familiar environment and hopes to prove his worth at Juventus. Keane also hopes to add 10 appearances and 4 goals for Italy after missing the team that won the European Cup in 2020.