Real Madrid reportedly is preparing an offer of 30 million for the Italian national team player and Juventus’ defender, but the German giant, Bayern Munich is keen to sign the same player.
Real Madrid and Bayern are fighting for Juventus’ defender Leonardo Bonucci, writes the Italian Tuttosport. The Los Blancos reportedly prepared an offer of 30 million euros for the 28-year-old Bonucci. This week Real Madrid emissaries and Bonucci’s manager should meet to discuss all aspects of the transfer.
It is speculated that it might mean that the Los Blancos are preparing themselves for the possible departure of Sergio Ramos who is refusing to sign an extension of the contract under the conditions that Florentino Perez has offered to him. If Ramos would be on the move, many top clubs would line for him.
But in that case Benitez has to find a replacement for him and Bonucci is emerging as quite a logical solution. Rafael Benitez has a high opinion of him as well as Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola who is looking to strengthen Bavarians defence.
Bonucci was raised as the midfielder, but because of its exceptional physical strength and height (190 cm), he finished as a stopper. He is considered for one of the most modern stoppers at this time.
We’ll see who between these two giants will “celebrate” at the end, or even more importantly whether Juventus will accept those offers.