After the return of Massimiliano Allegri, Nicolo Fagioli may have been hoping to spend some playing time with Juve’s first team under the tutelage of the manager who has revealed his admiration for him in the past.
But in the presence of more experienced players, the 20-year-old would surely struggle for minutes, especially following the arrival of Manuel Locatelli.
Moreover, his U-23 teammate Filippo Ranocchia appeared to have usurped him in the pecking order, and was present on the bench with the first team in the Serie A opener against Udinese.
Therefore, a move on temporary loan would be a decent solution for the young Italian, who apparently has no shortage of Serie B suitors.
According to ilBianconero, Cremonsese is leading the race to sign Fagioli and would reunite him with his former manager, Fabio Pecchia.
The 47-year-old played for Juventus in the 1998/99 season and returned to Turin in 2019 to take charge of the U-23 squad.
Pecchia led the young team to win the Coppa Italia Serie C in 2020, but stepped down that summer, before taking over at Cremonese in January 2021.
Therefore, a loan transfer to the Lombard club could help the young midfielder in his development process, especially in the presence of a manager who knows and appreciates his talent.