The father of Moise Kean has said Juventus still owe him two tractors, yet they are not even giving him free tickets to watch his son in action anymore.
Biorou Jean Kean represented his son, who scored his first goal for Italy this week, until Mino Raiola became his agent after he had joined Juventus' youth academy, and he said all he had requested from the Bianconeri in return for his son's signature was two tractors.
Kean had started out in the youth system of Juve's city rivals Torino until Biorou negotiated the move across the city.
"Moise's mum and myself are separated and she, in the past, had wanted Moise to move to England," he told RAI Radio. "I told [Juve] that I would keep him in Italy, but in return I wanted two tractors.
"The club told me there wouldn't be any problem, but they have still not given them to me and they don't even give me tickets anymore. But I want him to stay at Juve forever. Juventus are in my blood. I sent him to Juventus because I'm a Bianconeri fan."
However, Biorou also said as a child, Moise had been a supporter of one of Juve's biggest rivals in Serie A.
"My son was an Inter fan -- he loved Obafemi Martins," he added.
Moise later questioned his father's claims, however, using social media to sound off on the elder Kean.
"Tractors???! I don't know what you're talking about. If I am the man I am today it's only THANKS TO MY MOTHER and with this I've said everything! And don't ever forget who puts food on your table when your belly is full," Moise wrote in an Instagram story.
Juventus declined to comment on the story when asked by ESPN.
Kean became the first player born after 2000 to score for Italy and the second youngest Italy international to score for his country, after Bruno Nicole in 1958, when he netted in the 2-0 win over Finland at the weekend, aged 19 years and 23 days.
He added a further goal in Tuesday's 6-0 win over Liechtenstein and is now featuring more regularly for Juve, scoring twice in their recent 4-1 win over Udinese in Serie A -- his first start for the Old Lady in the league.