Juventus have confirmed that Daniele Rugani has renewed with the club until 2023.

The 24-year-old has played largely as a reserve defender and was previously linked with a potential move to Arsenal or Chelsea.

Juve have now confirmed that Rugani will remain at the club for the immediate future, having agreed an extension to his existing deal:

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 – Juventus.com

Gazzetta Dello Sport report that Rugani could earn up to €3m a season with his new Bianconeri contract.