Saturday, 21 July 2018
Chelsea Boss Flew to Italy, Completing Duo Juventus’ Transfer
DBasia.news – SportItalia reported, Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich, went to Italy. Abramovich has the ambition to get two Juventus player, Daniele Rugani and Gonzalo Higuain.
Rugani is now under negotiation with Chelsea. This is due to Rugani who recently just sat on the substitute bench, not in the defensive line.
Rugani was left behind Medhi Benatia, Giorgio Chiellini, and Andrea Barzagli. Moreover, Juventus is now having Mattia Caldara from Atalanta.
The situation made Rugani’s transfer to Chelsea is getting intense. In fact, the agent rejected the rumor.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo transfer to Juventus threatened Higuain position. Chelsea used the situation to approach the Argentinian player.
Moreover, Chelsea is now under Maurizio Sarri, former coach of Higuain in Napoli. Under Sarri’s leadership, Higuain scored 36 goals in the Serie A.
According to SportItalia, Maurizio Sarri asked directly the two Juventus key players. That’s why Roman Abramovich flew to Italy to complete the transfer process.
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