While Arsene Wenger didn't make any signings to address Arsenal's defensive frailties in January, the French coach was rumoured to be interested in signing Juventus' young star Daniele Rugani.
The Italian international has found his opportunities at the Allianz stadium limited this season after only making eleven appearances for the Bianconeri
Rugani's background has always been around the Italian game as he grew up playing his youth football for Empoli, joining the club as a six-year-old. As his career progressed he
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Eventually, Rugani was purchased by La Vecchia Signora
The ball playing defender remained with Empoli for the following season, but Juventus bought out the remaining half of his registration rights in February 2015 for an additional €3.5 million.
Rugani returned to Juventus that summer and has since gone on to make a total of 56 appearances for the club in all competitions.
Arsenal would be purchasing a player with considerable potential as he