Gianluca Frabotta has officially moved on loan from Juventus to Hellas Verona with an option to buy.
The two parties reached an agreement over a loan deal with an option to buy, but the Bianconeri will have a buy-back clause in the deal with the Gialloblu.
Both Verona and Juventus have confirmed the 22-year-old full-back moves to the Bentegodi ahead of 2021-22.
The youngster has a deal with Juventus until June 2025, which he signed in September 2020 and the Italy U21 international has played 18 competitive games with the Old Lady since breaking through in the first team.
Frabotta started his career at Savio, before moving to Bologna’s academy, where he spent one season on loan at Renate and Pordenone before moving to Juventus in August 2019 for a reported €2.6m.
He was promoted from the Primavera side last September and given a chance in the first team by former coach Andrea Pirlo.
Today, he went through his medical with the Gialloblu and later completed the move to the Giallorossi, below are the two announcements from both sides.
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