Italy defender Bonucci nears move from Juventus to AC Milan

Ebony Scott
July 15, 2017

AC Milan have agreed on a deal with Juventus for the transfer of Leonardo Bonnuci subject to a medical and corresponding paperwork.

Domestic media were in no doubt as to what Bonucci's arrival at Milan meant for the upcoming Serie A title battle.

Juventus also iterated their version of the transfer, stating that the defender will join Milan for a fee in the range of €42m (£37m, $46m), payable over three years.

It is being reported that he will undergo his medicals later in the day before signing a five-year deal with a salary of eight million euros ($9.16 million) per season at the club that now boasts a project to take it back to its glory days.

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As a outcome he becomes only the 11th player to represent all three of Italy's big three clubs (Juventus, Milan and Inter Milan) following the likes of Andrea Pirlo, Roberto Baggio and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. "This operation generates a positive economic effect of about € 39.5 million", claimed Juventus' official website.

He joins having made 319 appearances for Juve, registering 22 goals and eight assist in the process, as well as winning six Serie A titles and three Coppa Italia's.

His capture comes after heavy investment by Milan this summer following the sale of the club by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to a Chinese consortium in April.

It recently signed Andre Silva from Porto, Ricardo Rodriguez (Wolfsburg), Franck Kessie and Andrea Conti (Atalanta), Mateo Musacchio (Villarreal), Fabio Borini (Sunderland) and Hakan Calhanoglu (Bayer Leverkusen).

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