Man Utd join Bonucci race

by | Jul 21, 2016 07:20

Manchester United have reportedly joined the race for Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, already sought after by Chelsea and Manchester City.

The 29-year-old's outstanding performances at Euro 2016 have turned him into one of the summer's hot transfer targets, with his former Coach Antonio Conte particularly keen on bringing him to the Blues.

Another Premier League giant is now in the fray for Bonucci, as ESPN report of an interest by Manchester United.

Manchester United have reportedly joined the race for Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, already sought after by Chelsea and Manchester City.

The 29-year-old's outstanding performances at Euro 2016 have turned him into one of the summer's hot transfer targets, with his former Coach Antonio Conte particularly keen on bringing him to the Blues.

Another Premier League giant is now in the fray for Bonucci, as ESPN report of an interest by Manchester United.

Apparently the Red Devils will look to sign the defender after the deal for Paul Pogba is completed, but there are still many question marks surrounding the issue.

The signing of Pogba is far from a given, especially now that Real Madrid are apparently back in for the player, and there are no details on what kind of offer United will make for Bonucci. The defender is currently valued at approximately €60m.

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