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Sport Chelsea and PSG linked with Bonucci

14:31  12 july  2018
14:31  12 july  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Chelsea join PSG and United in Bonucci hunt

  Chelsea join PSG and United in Bonucci hunt Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly ready to rival Manchester United for the signature of Leonardo Bonucci. Calcio Mercato reports that several European clubs are considering moves for the Milan defender with the club looking to raise funds this summer. It was recently confirmed that the Serie A side would be banned from next season’s Europa League after they were found to breach Financial Fair Play rules. This has left them needing to sell players this summer and the likes of Bonucci, Suso and Gianluigi Donnarumma are now seeing their futures at the San Siro thrown into doubt. The Italian defender was heavily linked with a move to both the Premier League and Chelsea last summer when it became known that he would be leaving Juventus. Head coach Antonio Conte was very keen on bringing the player to Stamford Bridge, but he opted to stay in Italy and join Milan for family reasons.

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Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are being linked with eye-catching moves to sign Leonardo Bonucci, according to reports in Italy.

Corriere dello Sport claims that both clubs could look to make a move for the player with Milan needing to sell this summer.

Due to Financial Fair Play regulations, a host of big names are being linked with a move away from the San Siro.

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Bonucci, who is believed to be Milan’s highest earner, could leave the club, whilst Gianluigi Donnarumma and Suso are also being linked with moves away.

The report claims that Maurizio Sarri could be interested in the player, with the former Napoli boss due to take over at Stamford Bridge this summer.

Manchester United lining up Bonucci move

  Manchester United lining up Bonucci move Manchester United are lining up a move for AC Milan central defender Leonardo Bonucci. According to Football Italia, United are interested in bringing the Italian international to the Premier League this summer. AC Milan are set to cash in on a number of first-team stars after they were issued with a two-year ban from European competitions for breaking Financial Fair Play regulations. Bonucci joined Milan from Juventus in the summer of 2017 for €42m, but struggled at times in an underperforming Milan side. The report also claims that PSG are in the race for Bonucci and that he is keen on a move to France. Bonucci was named in the FIFA Team of the Year for 2017 for his exceptional performances for Italy and Juventus. The report does not state how much Milan would be looking to recoup for their captain.

Leonardo Bonucci is wanted by Chelsea , Man City and PSG . But Gazzetta dello Sport claims Bonucci could soon be on the move again following a disastrous start to life in Milan.

PSG . Germany. Bayern Munich. Leonardo Bonucci has been linked with moves with Manchester City and Chelsea in the morning papers after being dropped for Juventus’s 2-0 first-leg Champions League victory in their Round of 16 tie against Porto.

He is in the market for defenders with Daniele Rugani expected to join from Juventus.

There are doubts over the futures of both David Luiz and Gary Cahill at Chelsea, with both players falling out of favour throughout the previous campaign.

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No Higuain offers from Chelsea or AC Milan, says Juventus chief Marotta .
The CEO revealed the Serie A champions are weighing up the Argentine's future amid interest from the Premier League and their domestic rivalsGiuseppe Marotta said there has been "nothing concrete" from Chelsea and AC Milan regarding Gonzalo Higuain, though the Juventus chief executive admitted the striker could be sold following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.

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