Juventus risk losing starlet Moise Keane — unless they give his father tractors and other farming equipment he claims he is owed.
Biorou Kean insists he has been forced into the ultimatum as the Italian champions reneged on part of the deal when they signed his son.
Moise Kean was born in Italy to Ivorian parents, and his father claims he was promised much-needed equipment to use back home.
Biorou stormeded: “They promised me agricultural equipment for my company in the Ivory Coast.
“There, I own several hectares of land, which I’d like to start growing rice and corn on.
“I’m an agronomist, I’ve worked in rice paddies and I asked for agricultural equipment.
“They told me that there was no problem.
“But then Juve’s lawyer contacted me to tell me their contract offer had been revoked because my requests were out of their means.”
Kean, 16, became the first player born after the year 2000 to play in the Champions League— and is tipped for a bright future in the game.
His performances brought about reports suggesting he had linked up with super-agent, Mino Raiola.
The Italian had hailed Kean as “the name to watch in 2017”, before adding “I’m not just saying that because I’m his agent.”
However, Biorou was quick to dismiss any notion his son had team up with the man who represents the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba.
He added: “I’ve never signed anything.
“Raiola says he’s [Kean’s] agent — but I’ve never signed anything.
“’I’d have chosen another [agent] if it were up to me.”