Moise Kean should LEAVE Juventus due to their lack of support over racist abuse, says Paul Parker


Moise Kean should LEAVE Juventus due to their lack of support over racist abuse, says Paul Parker

Paul Parker has blasted Juventus for not speaking out against the racist abuse Moise Kean suffered at Cagliari, and says the teen should think about leaving the club.

The 19-year-old striker was subjected to monkey chants from sections of the Cagliari crowd throughout Juve’s away victory on Tuesday.

Kean reacted in the only way a striker can – hitting the back of the net – before defiantly responding to the abuse by celebrating silently in front of the home supporters.

Kean scored Juventus’s second goal after being racially abused

However, Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci and manager Massimiliano Allegri have both come under fire for comments they made about the incident.

Following the match, Bonucci sensationally claimed Kean provoked the racial abuse he suffered, saying ‘the blame is 50-50’ between him and the crowd.

The Italy international’s comments, which he has since said were ‘misunderstood’, were slammed by Manchester City and England forward Raheem Sterling as ‘laughable’.

Raheem Sterling hit out at Leonardo Bonucci’s claims on Instagram

Meanwhile, Juve boss Allegri said Kean should have risen above the chants and ‘shouldn’t have celebrated in that manner’, although did say the guilty fans should be banned for life.

Some have also questioned why Juventus have yet to issue a statement condemning the abuse was directed at their player.