Leeds United linked striker Moise Kean has turned down a new contract at Juventus as uncertainty over his future continues to build.

Kean, who made 19 appearances in Serie A while on loan at Hellas Verona last season, has been restricted to just 13 minutes of playing time at Juventus so far this term.

Despite struggling to force his way into Massimiliano Allegri’s plans, Kean made his senior debut for Italy in November and Juventus have already made it clear they view him as a future star.

Juventus are prepared to loan Kean out in the January window, but want him to sign a new contract first.

But, according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato, Kean has knocked back a proposal to extend his contract at Juventus.

Kean has been linked with Leeds, who first showed interest in him last season, while Bologna have slapped in an enquiry.

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The striker is now mulling over his options as he looks to secure regular playing time for the second half of the season.

Kean could even consider a permanent departure from Juventus next summer.