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14/09/2018 - 11:19 BST

Chelsea Interest Impacting Juventus’ Push To Sign Defender On New Contract

 




Chelsea’s interest in Daniele Rugani in the summer has complicated the contract negotiations between his representatives and Juventus as the player seeks more money from the Italian champions.

Rugani was on Chelsea’s radar during the recently concluded transfer window and the Blues were in negotiations with Juventus to sign the Italy international.




However, Juventus sold Mattia Caldara to AC Milan and it changed their plans regarding Rugani, who continued in Turin beyond the end of the summer window.

Juventus are keen to tie him down to a new contract soon and were not expecting any problems in reaching an agreement over fresh terms with Rugani’s representatives.

 


However, an agreement is still missing and according to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, Chelsea’s interest has changed the demands of the player and his representatives.

Rugani currently earns €2m per year at Juventus and the defender’s demands for a new deal are around €3.5m, with bonuses which could get the figure to around €4m.


His agent met Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici on Thursday, but the two sides failed to reach an agreement over the terms.

It seems the Italian champions will have to offer more than they were previously expecting in order to convince the defender to sign a new contract.