Juventus have continued to explore the possibility of signing Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger despite the fact that rumours about an initial agreement were denied.
La Gazzetta dello Sport‘s Giovanni Albanese has reported that the Growth Decree regulations have allowedd Juventus to have a helping hand over others in the race for the German and the Bianconeri have already moved for the defender.
The player’s entourage has already made it clear that they want to further work on the conditions and wages that Juventus put forward in the first meeting. The negotiations will begin once again but with the idea of closing the deal.
Even if they want to, Chelsea can’t offer Rudiger a new deal. The previous meeting had seen both parties leave in distant positions and without any agreement but there is a willingness to talk again. Growth Decree rules will make it a viable move for Juve. The only thing complicating the move is the economic demands of the entourage. Juve hope that these issues will be resolved quickly.