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JUVENTUS about to loan 3 players out to PESCARA

02.01.2017 15.23 by Claudio Colla  read 1221
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According to Italian source gianlucadimarzio.com, Juventus are about to loan Italian Under-21 international defensive midfielder Rolando Mandragora (19, in picture) to Pescara. Plus, Italian Under-21 international striker Alberto Cerri (20) and Senegalese winger/forward Mame Baba Thiam (24), both owned by Bianconeri as well, are likely to be called back, respectively from SPAL and PAOK Thessaloniki, and loaned out again, this time to Pescara themselves.

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