Italian striker Moise Kean has reportedly been offered to French club OGC Nice. This is according to the latest transfer reports in the Italian media. The specific report from Italian media outlet Football Italia said his agents were seen at the Juventus training ground on Wednesday and thereafter rumours of a possible exit from the club surfaced.

Kean, 22, is weighing up his future with the Old Lady who could regret the deal they made with Premier League side Everton over the player. Italian football giants Juventus re-signed Kean from Merseyside giants Liverpool with a €7m loan fee plus a €28m fee for his permanent transfer.

Italian player Kean began pre-season well at Italian football side Juventus this summer with two goals for his team during the 2-2 draw with Spanish team Barcelona. Kean scored a goal in each half to ensure that his team avoided defeat against the Catalan giants. Juventus came from behind twice during the pre-season friendly clash played in the United States of America last month.

Kean didn’t feature in the pre-season friendly defeat at the hands of Spanish La Liga side Atletico Madrid after he came late to training. His absence from the Atletico Madrid friendly has fuelled rumours of a move away from the club. His agents Enzo Raiola and Rafaela Pimenta were seen at the Juventus headquarters earlier this week to further fuel those transfer reports.

Transfer reports of a possible transfer to French top flight side OGC Nice followed the visit of Kean’s agents to the Continassa camp of Italian football club Juventus. It was revealed that Kean was offered to Nice, but the French team turned down the opportunity to sign the player as they have their sights on other players. Kean is not a stranger to French football after he enjoyed a good loan spell at Paris Saint Germain (PSG) two seasons ago. He scored 17 goals in 41 games for PSG in all competitions.