- Chelsea have reached an agreement regarding personal terms with Juventus highly-rated defender Daniele Rugani
- The deal when completed will cost the FA Cup winners’ about £3.1m (€3.5m) per campaign
- However, the switch to the Premier League is reportedly put on hold by the Stamford Bridge outfit
Premier League giants’ Chelsea have reached an agreement regarding personal terms with Juventus highly-rated defender Daniele Rugani, suggests report.
According to Sportitalia, the Blues’ eggheads are ready to deal in principle with the Serie A outfit regarding a deal for Rugani.
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The deal, when concluded will cost the FA Cup winners’ about £3.1m (€3.5m) per campaign.
However, the switch to the Premier League is reportedly on hold as the Stamford Bridge outfit want to confirm the arrival of Napoli’s former boss, Maurizio Sarri in place of compatriot Antonio Conte on Chelsea’s bench next term.
Interestingly, the former Napoli boss and Rugani were together at Empoli before the youngster moved to Turin-based Juventus.
The 59-year-old is awaiting Conte’s exit before talking full responsibility at the Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho is preparing a £60m bid for Brazil’s Willian this summer.
The Red Devils’ Portuguese manager signed the 29-year-old Brazil international from Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013, while at Stamford Bridge, but is now eager to take the highly-rated midfielder to Old Trafford.
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