Juventus forward Moise Kean admits he is happy to return to Turin and ready for a challenge under head coach Moise Kean.
Kean made a return to Juventus following a disappointing spell with Premier League side Everton. Speaking to the media, Kean said his intention to return to Torin was the right choice.
"The coach is always someone who has aimed high. He has great goals and has taught me many things, for sure he will give us a great hand: he will do well, I’m sure," he said.
"I feel very lucky, for a boy of my age to have been lucky enough. I came back with a lot of experience, this helped me a lot and now I’m ready to give 100% for this team," he added.
Juve captured Kean following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo who also returned to his former club Manchester United.
The 21-year-old was asked if he thinks he has what it takes to fill in Ronaldo's boots and he responded, "No burdens, I’m here to give a great hand to the team. Here I grew up and lived many good moments. I came back here to play, to give 100%, I don’t feel any weight, I feel responsible because I’m wearing the Juventus shirt.
The Italian re-joined Juve on a two-year loan worth €7 million. He will stay in Turin once the deal expires since the Old Lady agreed to buy him on a permanent deal for a reported fee of €28 million.
Moise Kean on Allegri: “The coach is always someone who has aimed high. He has great goals & has taught me many things, for sure he will give us a great hand: he will do well, I'm sure.” pic.twitter.com/iej6dcmjYj— Khaled Al Nouss (@khaledalnouss1) September 16, 2021