Juventus is prepared to loan Fabio Miretti out to further his development, as he may struggle for playing time in their team next season.

The midfielder was one of Max Allegri’s trusted players, receiving ample game time to aid his progress.

However, under Thiago Motta, he may not receive the same level of preference, prompting Juventus to consider loaning him out.

The Bianconeri are planning to bolster their midfield, with Douglas Luiz and Teun Koopmeiners on their radar.

They also intend to retain Adrien Rabiot, who is expected to sign a new contract before the start of next season.

With these potential midfield additions, Miretti’s opportunities at the Allianz Stadium could be limited.

As a result, the midfielder is now available for loan transfers, and according to a report on Calciomercato, he is attracting interest from Bologna, Genoa, Empoli, and Monza.

Juve FC Says

Miretti has to keep playing, and if Motta does not think he is good enough to be a regular on his team, then we need to loan him out.

Any team that wants to sign him must guarantee that the youngster will play regularly before we allow him to make the move.