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Report: Juventus enter new era with “made in Italy” policy




Italy bids farewell to the World Cup in Qatar, but Juventus’ objectives remain unchanged: they will continue with the “made in Italy” in the market. A definite direction, verified once more by the most recent reports. In addition to Nicol Zaniolo, the Bianconeri have enquired about Davide Frattesi, a 22-year-old Sassuolo sensation, ahead of the Italian derby on Sunday.

According to tuttosport, Inter’s interest in the midfielder specialised in insertions and with the vice of goals is no secret. He has four goals this season following eight previous season while on loan at Monza. Frattesi will very certainly be one of the stars of the new blue course. However, his future at the club level remains uncertain. Because, although Inter acted quickly, Juventus has recently shifted gears, both with the player’s entourage and with Sassuolo. The Squinzi family club is anything but a sale shop: the Italian midfielder costs 25 million euros with bonuses.

The one for Frattesi promises to be an open and unpredictable derby until the conclusion, similar to the one next week between Massimiliano Allegri’s club and Simone Inzaghi’s. The Nerazzurri’s CEO, Beppe Marotta, has always been a staunch supporter of “made in Italy,” and in recent months has used his excellent relationship with his Sassuolo colleague, Giovanni Carnevali, to gain first dibs on the midfielder who grew up in the Roma youth system, who it still holds a percentage of the resale of around 30%. The Inter transfer was followed by that of Juventus sporting director Federico Cherubini, who seeks to reinforce the team’s foundations in order to start a new winning cycle. As a result, Frattesi has been included, who, in addition to being Italian, had a trait that Allegri sorely lacks: the ability to score goals.