Moise Kean of PSG was reportedly forced to withdraw from the Italy squad due to a hamstring injury. The 21-year-old, who has 11 goals in 20 Ligue 1 games for the French giants this season, will miss the upcoming World Cup qualifiers, according to Sky Sport Italia.
According to the broadcaster, the Everton loanee returns to Paris after suffering a hamstring injury.
Kean has earned eight caps for the Azzurri, scoring two goals in the process.
Kean retires from the national team to move to France
The PSG striker has been ruled out of the forthcoming games against Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, and Lithuania due to exhaustion. Kean retired from the national team to move to France.
Another defeat for Roberto Mancini, who will have to omit Moise Kean from the national team’s upcoming matches. Following Cristante, the Paris Saint-Germain striker has also left Italy’s retirement due to exhaustion, making him ineligible for qualifying matches against Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, and Lithuania.
As a result, Kean was left off the original roster list released by the national team coach and will travel to Paris to get treatment for his injury with the French side.