It’s been a transfer window full of surprises, and Paris Saint-Germain could be set to carry on this trend.
Italian source claim that Paris Saint-Germain are linked with fresh move for Leonardo Bonucci.
The Italy international only joined Juventus from Milan in 2018 for 35 million euros and his contract runs to June 2023.
The 32-year-old is considered to be one of the best centre-backs in Italy. His record for Italy is impressive. Bonucci has scored 7 goals in 89 matches for Italy at senior level.
Thomas Tuchel is looking to shore up his defensive options and Juventus’s Leonardo Bonucci happens to be a target.
The Italy international is thought to perfectly fit the profile of defensive player Tuchel wants to target in the summer transfer window.
PSG are in the market for just a handful of statement signings who can improve the first-team.
There is no doubt that Bonucci will take Paris Saint-Germain’s defense to a different level.
According to Calciomercato (via Corriere dello Sport), “The arrival of de Ligt at Juventus could spell the end for Leonardo Bonucci. According to Corriere dello Sport, French champions PSG have their sights on the former Milan CB who is expected to see his playing time reduce after de Ligt’s signing. PSG have been rumoured to be in the market for a new CB to compete with Silva and Marquinhos in defence. Juventus have set an asking price at €40 million for Bonucci who has endured a inconsistent couple of campaigns as of late.”
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If PSG are genuinely interested, a deal would not be impossible to complete.
Nevertheless, Leonardo Bonucci stands as an excellent option for Paris Saint-Germain.
Stylistically, he would be a great fit in Paris Saint-Germain.
How strong that interest is and whether PSG will make a move remains to be seen but it is certainly one worth keeping an eye on.
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