Rolando Mandragora has become a new player of Crotone.
The bronze medalist of the last U-20 World Championship has joined the "Pythagorians" on an annual loan basis without a definitive redemption option from Juventus.
The "Old Lady" executives have high hopes for a talented midfielder, so they have decided to part with Mandragora to make a regular Serie A appearance, which would be difficult for him in the current Italian champions.
The 20-year-old entered the Turin team in January 2016 from Genoa for twelve million euros and was immediately loaned to Pescara for half a year, helping them to advance to the top-flight.
The young footballer returned to Juventus and started preparations for the start of the season with the first team. Mandragora, despite receiving many accolades, has played just four minutes in the colors of the "Old Lady," but it did not prevent him from being called up for the Youth World Cup, where he was one of the leaders of the Italian side who beat Uruguay in the match for the third place.