After losing talisman Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United, things went from bad to worse for Juventus in their last match against Empoli and now they must look elsewhere for inspiration, with a new yet familiar face ready to fire.
To say things did not work out for Moise Kean at English Premier League side Everton is an understatement.
Now, he is back in Turin after re-joining Juve on a two-year loan, the place where he made his name as a youngster after scoring seven Serie A goals in 16 appearances.
Juve need him to hit the ground running, starting on Saturday against Napoli.
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