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JUVENTUS, Rugani's agent: "I think the club want him to stay put"

01.03.2019 08.58 by Claudio Colla  read 1058
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Interviewed by CalcioNapoli24.it, Davide Torchia, advisor of Italian international centre-back Daniele Rugani (24), recently linked to stepping away from Juventus next summer, stated: "What about Rugani's moment? He's on his fourth Bianconeri season, he joined in when he was very young. And, since he's still there, it means the standards set on him first were fulfilled. But that's not easy getting to play, when there's a bunch of champions covering the same position. Napoli? Sarri liked him, he trained him for a long time. But Juventus were always sure about keeping him put. And I think he's set to stay put for a long time, indeed".

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