The summer transfer window has brought the football world some interesting news - some shocking moves and others rather expected.
As the close of window rapidly approaches (Thursday, August 8) it has emerged that Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly made a £30million offer for Daniele Rugani and Laurent Koscielny is set for a Bordeaux move as his Arsenal exit looms.
Juventus squad news
Since the arrival of Maurizio Sarri, the Serie A club has been undergoing some squad changes ahead of the 2019/20 season with the side having acquired Aaron Ramsey from the Gunners and Matthijs de Ligt from Ajax Amsterdam.
Moise Kean recently departed from the club after two seasons and joined Premier League club, Everton. Paulo Dybala who was a highly-rated target for Manchester United and Gonzalo Higuain are yet to have their futures at the club decided.
In the meantime, Daniele Rugani has been tipped to make a move to Wolves despite still being contracted to Juventus till 2023.
Rugani made approximately 15 appearances for the Turin-based club and might be eager for the move away for regular game time.
According to journalist Nicolo Schira at Gazzetta Dello Sport, Wolves have inquired about the 25-year-old and are set to approach Juventus with an offer.
However further reports suggest that Arsenal are keen on his services but could offer him a loan deal and possible option to bu later on.
Laurent Koscielny and his move to Bordeaux
According to reports by 101 Great Goals (via L'Equipe), Arsenal and Ligue 1 club Bordeaux have reached an agreement to sign Koscielny suggesting that the latter is set for a move away from London.
The 33-year-old reportedly left himself out of Arsenal's trip to America for preseason preparations which could confirm the rumours of him departing from the club.
If reports are anything to go by, L'Equipe are of the belief that Koscielny has already arrived in Bordeaux and is set to undergo his medical - and could be signing a three-year deal with the side.
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Source: 101 Great Goals