Juventus on loan has admirers in the Italian capital -Juvefc.com
After bursting onto the scene last season as a young starlet at Genoa, Nicolò Rovella has attracted interest from the big boys of Serie A.
However, Juventus reacted first and landed his services in January 2021 in a transfer worth €23m (which eventually caught the attention of prosecutors in the capital gains investigation).
The Bianconeri left the youngster at the Luigi Ferraris stadium in order to gain vital Serie A experience, but his 18-month loan will expire at the end of the campaign.
Therefore, the midfielder is expected to join Max Allegri’s side next summer…unless another club comes up with an attractive proposal.
According to TutomercatowebLazio are watching Rovella’s progress closely, and their manager Maurizio Sarri admires the youngster’s talent.
Nevertheless, the Bianconeri would like to protect their investment, so won’t accept an offer below 20m.
For their part, the Biancocelesti have no intention of splashing such a muscular figure on raw talent. Therefore, an initial loan deal would likely be the only viable option for the transfer.
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Juve FC says
Even though Rovella is undoubtedly a talented player, one wonders if he will be able to find enough space at Juventus next season.
The Bianconeri already have a host of more established players at Allegri’s disposal and will try to bolster their squad with additional names.
Moreover, the club have other young midfielders in their ranks who will compete for a place with the first team (such as Fabio Miretti, Nicolò Fagioli and Filippo Ranocchia).