Mino Raiola is pushing for Moise Kean to leave Juventus on loan with option to buy, as PEC Zwolle, ADO den Haag, Bologna, Crotone and Verona are interested.
The striker made history as the first player born in the year 2000 to score a Serie A goal.
The 17-year-old is represented by super-agent Raiola and Tuttosport outline several alternatives for his imminent future.
Juventus want to keep Kean in the squad at least until January, but he wouldn’t get much playing time.
Raiola is eager to send the forward abroad to Zwolle or ADO den Haag in the Netherlands, whereas Serie A sides interested include Bologna, Crotone and Hellas Verona.
Another potential avenue would be to sell Kean for €15-20m and include a buy-back option, essentially similar to the deal that took Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid to Juve.