When it comes to the centre of the park, Juventus find themselves in an odd predicament. On the one hand, the club’s midfield has been its most glaring weakness in recent years. However, a new generation of young skilled midfielders is developing, but they are failing to find adequate playing time. While Nicol Fagioli was a revelation in Serie B, leading Cremonese to a historic promotion, Nicolo Rovella will return to Max Allegri’s main squad after a loan spell at Genoa. Furthermore, despite his young age, Fabio Miretti broke into the scene and now hopes to keep his position in the senior team.
Filippo Ranocchia has been overlooked in all of this. Unlike Fagioli, Mezzala signed with a Serie B team that had been suffering all season. Despite this, Ranocchia impressed the insiders with a strong season at Vicenza. First and foremost, the blue coach Roberto Mancini called him for the Coverciano stage. The 21-year-old has been with the club since 2018 and has a year left on his current contract.
Filippo has a high technical profile and the mindset of a key player, and he is ready to compete in Serie A. Juventus is sure of this as well, and has achieved an agreement to extend the contract until 2026 in order to stay ahead of the competition, and is currently evaluating the best way to continue on the path of progress.
Despite the numerous demands, Ranocchia had the entire trust of Juventus, who wished to keep him locked up. A powerful signal in keeping with the green line’s new business strategy. Verona, Sampdoria, Cagliari Salernitana, and Udinese have all been linked with the midfielder in recent days, according to various publications. There are several options, but Cherubini is only interested in the loan formula since he does not want to lose control of the Peruvian talent card.