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In an alternate universe, Juan Jesus would be competing with Roger Carvalho, Mikael Antonsson, Nicolò Cherubin and Cesare Natali to start at the back for Bologna.
Leading into the summer transfer-window deadline, Rossoblu president Albano Guaraldi was keen to sign Juan on loan.
Inter Milan's management stuck to their guns, and Juan has come good for them.
Going into the game against Torino, I was keen to see if Angelo Ogbonna was the real deal.
When referee Luca Banti whistled for full-time, it wasn't Ogbonna that had impressed me, it was Juan.
He kept Rolando Bianchi at bay. Plus,the Brazilian also pacified Alessandro Sgrigna and easily dealt with Riccardo Meggiorini.
He had put in one of the most dominant performances you'll ever see at centre-back—97-percent pass-completion rate, with five successful tackles, eight intercepted passes and five headers won.
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