Moise Kean, the former Everton flop, was sent off just 40 seconds after being subbed on for Juventus in their Serie A clash against Roma. The 20-year-old forward was brought on in the second half of the match, but his time on the pitch was short-lived as he was shown a straight red card for kicking Roma defender Gianluca Mancini.
The incident occurred in the 79th minute of the match, with the score at 1-1. Kean had been brought on to replace Paulo Dybala, but his time on the pitch was cut short after he was seen to kick Mancini in the chest. The referee had no choice but to show Kean a straight red card, and he was sent off just 40 seconds after coming on.
The incident was a huge embarrassment for Kean, who had been hoping to make an impact on the match. Instead, he was sent off and Juventus were forced to play the remainder of the match with 10 men. They eventually lost the match 2-1, with Kean’s red card proving to be a major factor in the result.
Kean had been hoping to make a fresh start at Juventus after his disappointing spell at Everton. The Italian forward had failed to make an impact at Goodison Park, and was sent out on loan to PSG last season. He had been hoping to make an impression at Juventus, but his red card against Roma has put a major dent in his chances of doing so.
It remains to be seen how Juventus will react to Kean’s red card. The club have yet to comment on the incident, but it is likely that Kean will face some sort of punishment. It is also possible that the club could decide to terminate his loan deal, although that is unlikely given his potential.
Kean’s red card against Roma was a huge embarrassment for the player, and it could have a major impact on his future. It remains to be seen how Juventus will react to the incident, but it is clear that Kean’s time at the club could be coming to an end.