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Juventus could be forced to decide on Rovella’s future amidst interest from Man City

November 15, 2022 - 1:30 pm

Nicolo Rovella was signed by Juventus from Genoa at the start of last year after he impressed their scouts.

He spent the next 18 months with the Griffin before joining them at the start of this term.

The highly-rated midfielder got a few minutes at the start of the campaign before Juve sent him out on loan to Monza.

The Serie A new boys have enjoyed his talents for much of this season and he is attracting the attention of clubs inside and outside Italy.

Juve has more than enough midfield talents which means he might struggle to play when he returns.

A report on Calciomercato reveals Rovella is being scouted by some of the best clubs in Europe and Juve must decide on his future.

With Manchester City among the clubs watching him, the report says the Bianconeri must decide if they want to keep him or sell him in the summer. 

Juve FC Says

Rovella showed his class at Genoa which made us add him to our squad, so it is not a surprise that he is doing well at Monza.

However, we have top midfielders coming through our ranks and he will struggle to play ahead of the likes of Nicolo Fagioli and Fabio Miretti.

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    Phoenix Juve November 15, 2022 at 5:14 pm

    I like Rovella, I actually prefer him to Mireti right now. Hope we keep him.

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    LeoGT November 15, 2022 at 6:03 pm

    You always pushed for fagioli to be sent on loan. Glad u not juve manager

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    Danny Juve Fan November 15, 2022 at 9:16 pm

    I find it hard to see why we have to let him go, why does McKennie play ahead of him?. In my opinion he’s a much better player then the American so should be kept and McKennie should be sold. To have a team with Rovella, Miretti, Fagioli and Locatelli at the heart of it is where Juve need to be heading. I much preferred it when we had the 3 foreigner rule, Italy never struggled for players during that period and neither did our teams in Europe.

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    Ringo November 16, 2022 at 3:11 am

    I agree in a way that Rovella gives more to the team build up and ball possession…Miretti is developing, however his playing style has not really found a grip and tend to let the ball loose to opposition causing damage on counterattack. If Rabiot do leave then there might be rotation role at least.

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    Ash1329 November 16, 2022 at 7:49 am

    Rovella should have been there as the designated Regista on merit..not that piece of shit Slowredes…Slowlegri’s preferences for overrated foreign talents is the reason he was loaned out…on Merit he is the best of the trio of young JUve midfielders..the very heartbeat of Monza’s midfield…Why spend 24 M on a 29 year old extremely average Argentine when we have Rovella?

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    Ash1329 November 16, 2022 at 6:42 pm

    Rovella is not as loved as Fagioli and MIretti by Juve fans coz he is a Genoa youth product..not Juve…he doesn’t get the love he deserves..IMO he is ahead of Fagioli and Miretti in terms of growth and has more Serie A experience…his problems are not those two though but the over-rated piece of trash Slowredes…Slowlegri trusts Slowredes just coz he is “Mature” (naa…coz he is 29 year old average player who was discarded by PSG in favour of Verratti, Soler, Fabian Ruiz, REnato Sanchez, Vitinha – not a great bunch of midfielders)