The father of Juventus youngster Moise Kean has insisted that he has "never signed anything” to make Mino Raiola his agent.
The notorious super agent has been in the spotlight over the past week after his role in goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’s decision to reject a contract from AC Milan.
Raiola has claimed that Kean is one of his clients, although the player's father has rejected the possibility.
“Juve offered my son a contract worth €700,000 a year,” Biorou told Tuttosport - via Football Italia.
“But in the past, when I prevented Raiola from taking Moise to England at [Juve’s] request, I was promised help when returning to Africa.
“In the Ivory Coast, I own several hectares of land, which I’d like to start growing rice and corn on. I’m an agronomist, I’ve worked in rice paddies and I asked for agricultural equipment.
“They told me that there was no problem. However, the other day, Juve’s lawyer contacted me to tell me that the contract offer had been revoked because my requests were out of their means.
“Once Moise becomes an adult, Juve are likely to lose him for nothing if he doesn’t sign a contract soon.
“Raiola says he’s [Kean’s] agent, but I’ve never signed anything. Indeed, if it was up to me, I’d have chosen another agent.”
The 17-year-old forward is highly rated at Juventus, but made just four substitute appearances in all competitions last season.