A Tale of Two Tractors

Football nowadays is characterised with stratospheric amounts of money, going in every direction possible. Yet, it seems that not everyone is interested in bagging a huge sum of money. A certain Biorou Jean Kean is happy to be compensated with two tractors. He happens to be Moise Kean’s father.

The player has been making headlines recently, as he’s scoring goals for his team Juventus and being a crucial part for the Italian giants.

He’s turning heads at the age of 19, not only with Juventus but also with the Italian national football team.

He’s turning heads at the age of 19, not only with Juventus but also with the Italian national football team.

During their recent Euro 2020 qualifying games, Italy won 2-0 against Finland and 6-0 against Liechtenstein. In the first match, Kean scored the second goal, while in the second game, he scored the fifth one.

Speaking during ‘Un Giorno Da Pecora’ on Rai Radio 1, Biorou Jean Kean said that Moise is a great joy to the whole family. He added that when Moise was a child, he supported Inter through the affection he had towards Obafemi Martins, but ended up as a Bianconero since the father was a Juventus fan.

Kean went up through the ranks of the Juventus youth academy and immediately left an impact, and is now a regular figure in the senior team.

Despite his happiness, Biorou Jean Kean has a problem with Juventus. The Italian giants are not giving him tickets to the stadium, not taking his calls and, according to him, they haven’t kept the tractors’ promise.

The father said that he is separated with Moise’s mother, and the latter had wanted to move to England. Biorou Jean Kean spoke with Juventus and promised the Italian giants to keep Moise in Italy, but in return, two tractors were to be given to him.

Tractors? What tractors?

This is what Moise Kean said when he heard of the bizarre claims made by his father. Taking it to Instagram, the Juventus starlet said that he has no idea of what Biorou Jean Kean is talking about.

Moise Kean brought to his father’s attention that he is who he is thanks to his mother, and no to him. He added that he will never forget the person who fed him. Once again, giving credit to his mother.

He added that when Moise was a child, he supported Inter through the affection he had towards Obafemi Martins, but ended up as a Bianconero since the father was a Juventus fan.

Born in Italy, Kean was eligible to play either Italy or the Ivory Coast, since his parents were Ivorian. He chose the country of his birth, and started representing Italy from the Under-15s upwards.

Kean is also the first player born in the 2000s to appear in one of the five European major leagues and the UEFA Champions League and to score of the Italian national team.

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