The Sun : Arsenal and Wolves will battle to sign Daniele Rugani this summer with Juventus boss Sarri not impressed

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ARSENAL and Wolves are in a battle for Juventus' experienced Italy defender Daniele Rugani.

Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves have already submitted an £18million bid for the centre-half, according to Italian outlet Tuttosport.

Juventus defender Daniele Rugani is wanted by Arsenal and Wolves
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The Premier League duo are keen to add the big defender to their squads – as Juve boss Maurizio Sarri has only played the 25-year-old in THREE Serie A matches this season.


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Rugani is under contract until 2023 so the Old Lady can expect serious cash for Italy international.

Sarri will sell him this summer to boost his coffers as he plans a £100million move for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.

But the Juve boss wants at least £25m for the central defender.

Gunners boss Mikel Arteta has made a centre-half his top priority as he looks to offload Shkodran Mustafi and David Luiz.

Wolves chief Espirito Santo also needs a centre-half and it is felt Rugani would be ideal for his three at the back system.

The Italian media report that Rugani has been learning English as he is keen for a move to the UK.

He and his girlfriend ere expecting their first child together and hope to make the move to the Premier League once the baby is born.

 

Rugani began his career with a successful loan spell at Empoli in 2013/14.

But he has been a key man for Juventus since 2015, winning four successive Serie A titles.

He has clocked up 92 appearances for the Old Lady.



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