[People Profile] All We Know About Fabio Miretti Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Fabio Miretti, born on 3 August 2003. He is an Italian professional footballer who plays in the midfield in the Serie C Group A club Juventus U23.
Miretti joined the Auxilium Saluzzo’s junior team in 2007 before moving onto Cuneo’s team the following year. In the year 2011, Miretti was bought by Juventus and he began playing at all levels of its youth. Then, in February of 2021 Miretti began his career with the U23 squad at the age of 17 years old. In the next season, he made his debut as an Juventus U23 regular and earned the Serie A and UEFA Champions League debuts with the initial team. He also helped the U19 team to reach their UEFA Youth League semi-finals.
Miretti has also been a part of Italy at the youth level from 2018 onwards. Miretti has scored nine goals over 35 appearances at Italy’s youth levels.
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Early in the career
Profiling Fabio MirettiA Quick Glance At Fabio Miretti
|Full Names||Fabio Miretti
|Place of birth||Pinerolo, Italy|
|Date Of Birth||3 August 2003|
|State of Origin||Pinerolo, Italy|
2007–2008 Auxilium Saluzzo
2021– Juventus U23
2018 Italy U15
2018–2019 Italy U16
2019–2020 Italy U17
2021–2022 Italy U19
2022– Italy U21
|Salary||€1,600 per week|
Miretti began playing football in Auxilium Saluzzo‘s youth section in the year 2004 at age four. A year later Miretti’s talent was noticed by the scout Ermanno Demaria. He was signed by Cuneo’s Youth Team, with which he played friendly matches with kids who were one year older. He signed his first contract in 2010. In the next year, he was a part of with the Juventus Youth Sector in the wake of being mentioned by a sports journalist Santo Borza. He also began having training with Juventus in Turino and Torino. When he was 11 Miretti had scored 171 goal for Italy’s Pulcini team. Miretti had scored 16 goals over just 17 games playing for the under-17s team in the 2019-20 season. He was later suspended because of the COVID-19 virus in Italy.
In October of 2020, Miretti was included in The Guardian’s list of 60 top talents that were who were born between 2003 and. On the 13th February of 2021 Miretti first made his debut as a professional for Serie C side Juventus U23 – the reserve team of Juventus in the 3-0 win away against AlbinoLeffe in his first match of the season. Miretti spent the entire 2020-21 season in the Primavera under-19s team and also made four substitute appearances for the under-23s.
Miretti started the 2021-22 season by participating in Juventus in preseason friendlies. On August 22, he was awarded an official number 21, which is of Juventus U23. For the under-23s, he scored his penalty in the 108th minute of the score of 3-2 Coppa Italia Serie B win over Pro Sesto at the opener of the season on the 22nd of August and allowed his team to advance to the next round. A few days later, Miretti scored his first Serie C goal, the opening goal from the outside of the box during Juventus U23’s home match against Pergolettese which ultimately ended in a 2-1 win. On September 10, Miretti received his first invitation to the first team, under coach Massimiliano Allegri along with the U23 team of Koni De Winter , and Matias Soule to play in their Serie A match against Napoli on the next day. Miretti was the captain of the U23s in the three-goal Coppa Italia Serie C win against Feralpisalo on September 15. Miretti’s Juventus first-team debut was on the 8th of December in an 1-1 UEFA Champions League home win against Malmo FF, coming on as a substitute in the 90th minute. In his post-match interview,
Miretti declared: “It was an incredible emotion. The dream of every kid who comes to Juve’ youth sector is to make his debut in front of his own fans and in his own stadium. It was an emotion never felt before”. A few days later Miretti scored in the 86th minute of the decisive goal in Juventus U23’s comeback win over Trento after the team had suffered three consecutive defeats. The 31st of December was the day that Miretti was named the Best Young Player for the opening part of the Serie C season.
“He’s a boy who knows the football and he’s ready to stay among the big ones.”
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri on Miretti, 1 May 2022
On the 20th of January, 2022 Miretti extended his deal with Juventus for the period of 2022 to 2026. Miretti played his first Serie A match on 20 March, replacing Juan Cuadrado in stoppage time in a home 2-0 win against Salernitana. In this match Miretti was the subject of a lot of Juventus fans criticized Allegri through social media, for deciding to make the full-back Danilo as an attacking midfielder rather than deploying Miretti in the starting lineup against the newly promoted team. Miretti made another appearance as a substitute against Sassuolo and his first appearance as a player within Serie A and with the first team came on the 1st May in a game with Venezia at home. The team won by a score of 2-1. This was one of the few Juventus player born after 2002 to be the first player to start the game. Miretti was the decisive player in the way he acted in response to the two goals that were scored through Leonardo Bonucci, having taken the free kick as well as the corner kick that led Bonucci to strike his goal. His game ended in the 78th minute when Miretti was substituted with Arthur Melo, receiving a standing ovation from the crowd.
The 2021-22 season saw him participate in 29 games and scored at least four times for under 23s. In the first team, there were six games played and had 16 appearances on the bench. Through the entire campaign, he took part in some UEFA Youth League matches with Juventus U19. Miretti had two goals scored in just five games with the U19s who lost in the semi-finals. It was their best ever finish in the tournament.
Miretti was a representative of Italy internationally at the under-15 Under-15, under-16, under-17 the under-19 and under-21 levels.
Miretti made his debut with Italy’s under-19s on the 13th of August 2021 in a game against Albania that was won by 1-0. A month after, on October 6, Miretti scored a goal against Lithuania the first time he played for Italy U19. Miretti was selected to an Elite Round of the 2022 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualification that took place on the island of Finland in the face of Germany, Finland and Belgium and scored a score with Finland and Belgium which helped Italy get into the tournament.
On May 25, 2022 Miretti had been summoned by Coach Roberto Mancini for a training camp in Coverciano following the injury of Pietro Pellegri. Miretti was a debutant with Italy U21 on June 6, in a 3-0 win against Luxembourg at the 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifiers in the full match and assisting in the 54th minute to Gianluca Gaetano who scored the score the score 3-0.
As part of the Italy U19 team, participated in 2022’s UEFA European Under-19 Championship. Miretti missed Italy U19’s debut against Romania due to a ban. On the 21st of June Miretti was in the second game during the first group phase, providing assistance for Giuseppe Ambrosino to beat Slovakia 1-1. A few days later they lost 2-1 in the semi-final match against England,
To whom he scored his first goal from an injury. His Spanish newspaper Marca placed him in the top ten players at the tournament.
The style of the game
Beginning his career as a midfielder in the central position, Miretti was promoted to the upper levels of the field with time and became a Trequartista with his eye on the goal. In his time in the age of 19 Miretti moved his position on the field, and became mezz’ala because of his absence as a Trequartista within the coaching modules of his coaches. On the site Numero Diez described him as an agile, technically skilled and energetic midfielder with great vision, precision as well as speed of thinking and ball control. He is also able to use the weaker foot. Goal.com as well as TUTTOmercatoWEB said that his strengths included dribbling and passing and shooting, as well as eyes for goal, and insertion that allow him to create the team with assist. He was also compared to the former Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio by Goal.com for his ability to finish and his professional career at Juventus at the youth level.
Miretti is born in Pinerolo on the 3rd of August, 2003, however, he’s born in Saluzzo. He has a girlfriend named India and a sibling named Alessia. He also enjoys the players from basketball like James Harden. His hero is the former Juventus player in the midfield Pavel Nedved and his reference point is Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne for his position and the characteristics. Miretti has been an avid Juventus supporter since the time of his childhood. Miretti attended Juventus in-house Liceo Scientifico con indrizzo sportivo
High school that is scientific and the focus on sports. On July 12, 2022 Juventus declared that Miretti had passed his exam to graduate from school.