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      28.03.2019 16:30 - in: The team S

      Daniele Rugani is Bianconero until 2023!

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      The defender has extended his contract with Juventus, his career continues to be intertwined with the black and white stripes

      The footballing story of Daniele Rugani has always been intertwined with the black and white stripes, and he is destined to remain tightly connected to the club, because his contract renewal will tie the defender to the club until 2023.

      Born in Lucca, 29 July 1994, Rugani arrived at Vinovo as an 18-year-old, where he started to play in the black and white colours back in 2012. His time brought immediate success, as he went on to win the Coppa Italia Primavera – his first in what would be a growing list of trophies.

      His first year as a professional saw him spend the year in Serie B with Empoli (2013/14), where he confirmed himself as a mainstay and helped them gain promotion. The following year, he showed off his quality and it earned him a recall back to Juventus.

      In 2015/16, Massimiliano Allegri included him in a squad filled with talent: with the famous BBC – Bonucci, Barzagli, Chiellini – to work alongside, and he managed to make 17 appearances. And the data speaks for itself.

      Daniele is the youngest Juventus player to have played at least 60 matches (a total of 81 appearances so far) over the past four years in all competitions. And they are appearances that count: with him on the field, a total of 68 games have been won (80% of the total).

      Quantity, but also quality: Daniele is the Juventus player to have lost, on average, the least balls in 90 minutes this season (6.5) - min. 10 appearances. Since 2015/16, he is also the Bianconero who is the most difficult to dribble past – an "event" that happens on average once every four games.

      He has not only established himself for his elegance, technicality, how he anticipates the game and his positional sense, but, above all, for his growth, which has allowed him to stop many adversaries. With Juventus, he has scored seven goals, with one coming in the Champions League.

      His story is also made up of the following victories: three Scudetti, as many Italian Cups, two Italian Supercups. 

      It’s a story that continues until 2023.

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