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Leonardo Bonucci Returns to Juve From Milan

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New owners decide the club cannot afford his wages.

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He's on the wrong side of 30, and not what he used to be. Be interesting to see who bites. 

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4 hours ago, Eco said:

He's on the wrong side of 30, and not what he used to be. Be interesting to see who bites. 

I think he is what he usd to be. He is just exposed in a 2 defedner partnership without Chielini and Barzagli.

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PSG is very interested.

According to Paris United, Tuchel has Bonucci and Boateng in the list of defenders he´d like PSG to sign due to the fact they´re good passers. But Bonucci looks an easier target and  the italian PSG players are trying to convince Bonucci to move there. 

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It looks like PSG is the only realistic avenue for him now. I can't imagine a Premiership team taking a punt on somebody his age at the moment, and he's not of the standard to play for Madrid/Barcelona/Bayern.

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Bonucci could return to Juve. Milan and Juventus executives are discussing a possible Bonucci-Higuaín swap. 

 

 

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13 hours ago, El Profesor said:

Bonucci could return to Juve. Milan and Juventus executives are discussing a possible Bonucci-Higuaín swap. 

 

 

🤔 Is that a realistic solution to a wage bill issue? 

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AC Milan are a total joke and Bonucci will have learned a valuable lesson when he moves.

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4 hours ago, Harry said:

🤔 Is that a realistic solution to a wage bill issue? 

According to the rumors, Milan has interest in Higuaín but not in a swap deal for Bonucci. They want Mattia Caldara back. 

In order to return to Juventus, Bonucci had to lower his salary and make peace to Allegri. He´s already done those two things and a return is close. 

 

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Milan and Juventus still discussing a Caldara-Bonucci swap and also a Higuain transfer to Milan. The Higuaín deal would be a loan with the obligation or a clause to buy. 

If Milan manages to pull this off, wow, great deal for them. They´ll be getting a young and promissing defender and the most prolific striker of italian football in the last seasons. Hopefully, it´ll happen, I wanna see Milan strong again.

 

 

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AC Milan defender Leonardo Bonucci wants to return to former club Juventus this summer, says Milan's new sporting director Leonardo.

The Brazilian, who also played for and managed the Rossoneri, was appointed to the role this week, and says several clubs are keen on signing Bonucci.

He explained: "I've met with a range of clubs, including Juventus. The desire (to talk to Juve) came from him, so if the conditions are right, we'll try to make it happen."

Bonucci only joined Milan from Juve last summer, but is keen to return to the club where he won six Serie A titles and reached two Champions League finals.

Milan spent over €200m on players last summer but could only finish sixth in Serie A.

They were then banned from this season's Europa League for breaching Financial Fair Play Regulations, although they were readmitted after appealing to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Milan were recently taken over by American hedge fund Elliot Management after the Chinese owners failed to repay a loan owed to the fund.

The new owners have promised to provide money to improve the club's finances, but Leonardo suggested spending like last summer is unlikely.

He also insisted current manager Gennaro Gattuso would remain in charge, despite speculation former Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte would replace him.

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