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Two Italian clubs battling it out for Juventus midfielder

August 22, 2022 - 5:15 pm

Juventus has just handed Nicolo Fagioli a new deal. To many fans, that was a clear show of support for the midfielder and Juve is about to confirm him as a first team member.

However, it has now been revealed that he could leave the club on loan again because of a lack of first-team chances.

The midfielder spent the last campaign on loan at Cremonese and he did well.

His performance for them was one reason they earned a promotion back to the top flight.

They have been looking to take him back, but Juve has kept him in their squad for now.

The midfielder is now set to leave on loan again and a report on Calciomercato says The Gray and Reds remain one of his suitors.

However, they are facing competition from Sampdoria and La Samp will look to convince him to choose them instead.

Juve FC Says

Fagioli did well on loan last season and the best way to continue his development is to continue playing regularly.

The midfielder is a top talent, and we would not want to allow him to stay on the bench and lose the experience he gained last season.

The most important thing in choosing a suitor for him would be to pick one that will guarantee him playing time.

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    ANDREW FARRUGIA August 22, 2022 at 5:37 pm

    JUVENTUS CAN give playing time to FAGIOLI, and MIRETTI and ROVELLA.

    The season is LONG and there are many competitions, and injuries and fatigue……..use your brains…….FAGIOLI, MIRETTI and ROVELLA are KEY to JUVE’s development.

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    Jason curran August 22, 2022 at 11:00 pm

    Absoutly play fagoli rovella and mirietti rabiot , mckennie and curdrado are not playing well put the young players in for the next match allegri take a chance and you will be rewarded with brillant midfield play 100% guaranteed , also zakaria should of played 2nd half against samp

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    Domenico August 24, 2022 at 1:02 am

    Play the Italians that’s the reason Italy miss out on World Cup