It may have been a defining week for the future of Daniele Rugani at the Juventus. Thanks to Chiellini’s positivity and Bonucci’s muscle fatigue, the ’94 class quickly climbed the defensive hierarchies, playing starter paired with de Ligt in the latest matches.
After an uncertain start, Rugani unleashed reliable and orderly performances, regaining esteem within the Juventus environment. If until a few days ago the former Empoli was considered a redundant, now his stay at Juve seems likely.
Massimiliano Allegri has always had words of esteem for him. He considers him a great asset for the squad, a player who is always ready and who never says a word out of place: that’s why he wouldn’t want to give it up. At least for January, Rugani will not leave Turin but will soon have to discuss his (eventual) Juventus future with the management.
According to reports from Calciomercato.com, Juventus is in no hurry to talk about Rugani’s contract, since it will only expire in 2024, but to keep him it intends to reduce his salary from 3 million per season. His agent Davide Torchia will discuss the future of his client with the company that could offer him a salary spread over several years.
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