Juve, from Frabotta to Fagioli: at Continassa many young people waiting for answers

Juve, from Frabotta to Fagioli: at Continassa many young people waiting for answers

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Juve, from Frabotta to Fagioli: at Continassa many young people waiting for answers

There are also Di Pardo and Dragusin, Correia and Ranocchia: Allegri will evaluate them in retreat

The pre-season at Continassa under the orders of Max Allegri will also be a good opportunity for many young people to showcase themselves. Already at work waiting to learn more about their future: some will remain in the Under 23 team, others may leave on a temporary basis in order to play more continuously in a first team, and continue to grow.

IN THE SHOWCASE

Among the names already known in the first team are those of Frabotta, who should leave in another club of A, Di Pardo, the first to show up at J Medical to support the visits at the beginning of the year, Fagioli, chatted in the context of Locatelli operation but also highly esteemed by Allegri, and Dragusin, also associated with Sassuolo until recently but fresh from renewal with Juve. Felix Correia is also at work at Continassa: the club has already agreed with his entourage the loan out, believing a lot in the growth of the boy who has forged ahead in the Under 23s. Filippo Delli Carri and Hamza Rafia: the first is popular in Serie B, for the second several calls have also arrived from abroad.

IN THE LAUNCH RAMP

Who takes part in being able to stay in the team with Allegri for the whole season is Filippo Ranocchia, among those who have grown the most in the last two seasons between Primavera and Under 23. The pre-season at Continassa can only do well to Marco Da Graca, already top scorer of the Under 19 team last season and ready to jump to the second team, and to Tommaso Barbieri, more mature to become Zauli’s first choice. Also on the launching pad are the very young Fabio Miretti and Matias Soulé, as well as Leonardo Cerri and Koni De Winter: these days the Continassa is a terrace on the future.

July 15, 2021 (change July 15, 2021 | 13:31)