Juventus are looking to lock Leeds United linked striker Moise Kean down on a new contract before signing off on any loan move for the teenager in the rapidly approaching January transfer window. 

Kean spent last season on loan at Hellas Verona and attracted interest from Leeds, but this season, back at Juventus, has clocked only 13 minutes of first team action.

The striker is expected to be on the move in January and Leeds have again been linked with an interest, while Ajax and Marseille are also suitors.

According to Italian outlet Calciomercato.it, Juventus are not ready to loan out Kean until he has signed a new contract.

The player's agent, Mino Raiola, is in talks with Juventus over his client's future.

Kean, 18, is still rated highly by Juventus and while they are keen for him to play first team football, they do not want to see him depart permanently.

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The striker made 19 appearances in Serie A for Hellas Verona last season, scoring four goals.

Despite little game time at Juventus, Kean made his senior Italy debut last month under Azzurri coach Roberto Mancini.