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Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is keen on signing two Juventus players as set he continues to overhaul his team head of the season.
However, he won’t be signing players from former club Napoli in the near future, due to an unofficial “non-aggression transfer pact”.
Calciomercato claims Sarri is keen on a deal to bring and Argentine forward Gonzalo Higuain and Italian defender Daniele Rugani to the Stamford Bridge and talks have already begun.
The 59, year old Italian manager is aware that either one of David Luiz and Gary Cahill, or possibly both, could leave Stamford Bridge this summer.
Meanwhile, the Metro claims Rugani has agreed a five year deal with Chelsea which would see him earn £4m a year with the Express revealing he will undergo medicals in 24-48 hours
However, the two clubs still need to agree a fee for the player, but talks held were believed to be positive.
Juventus are believed to be holding on to a fee worth in the rejoin of €45-€50 million for the defender.
The Old Lady are happy to sell the player this summer, with Rugani having failed to nail down a regular starting place in Turin.