AC Milan has reached an agreement for the stunning signing of rock solid Italian defender Leonardo Bonucci from Serie A champions Juventus, pending a medical.
The 30-year-old has signed a five-year contract at San Siro on the back of six consecutive top flight titles with Juve, the last three of which remain as half of domestic double on the back of triumphs in 2015, 2016 and 2017 Coppa Italia finals.
Bonucci formed part of European club football’s most formidable back line alongside Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli in Juventus, in front of evergreen goalkeeping legend Gianluigi Buffon.
Buffon, 39, is ready to resign after the 2018 World Cup, but Bonucci’s stunning deal rushes the separation of Juventus’ celebrated famous rock solid defensive unit.
Milan would spend hugely to sign Bonucci, 40 million euros for Juventus and another 8 a year for the 30-year-old Was the talk to be trusted or would it say it was quite recently a simple theory from the Italian press?
However, It has ended up being genuine speculation after AC Milan affirmed it when they posted a video on their Twitter page showing Bonucci arriving at their offices.
The Milan fans went crazy when Bonucci turned out to make proper acquaintance with AC Milan’s ‘tifosi’.
— Gianluca Di Marzio (@DiMarzio) July 14, 2017
Nonetheless, an agreement with Massimiliano Allegri amid February’s 4-1 win over Palermo brought about Bonucci being dropped for the resulting outing to Porto, while the player precluded charges from claiming a half-time beat down with Paulo Dybala and Barzagli amid the Champions League final loss to Real Madrid in Cardiff – gossip that has kept on putrefying and is probably not going to lose any of its power now Milan have made their turn.
Under the driven ownership of Yonghong Li’s Rossoneri Sport Investment Lux group, Milan have set out upon a yearning system of close-season spending, within which Bonucci is presently the jewel,
Bonucci will join Milan new recruits Andre Silva, Ricardo Rodriguez, Hakan Calhanoglu, Andrea Conti and Mateo Musacchio in an attempt to make a scratch in Juventus’ predominance of Italian football, a hegemony he was essential to setting up.