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16/05/2018 - 10:55 BST

Claim From Italy: Manchester United Explore Possibility Of Signing Italy Centre-Back

 




Manchester United have made initial contact to probe the possibility of signing AC Milan and Italy centre-back Leonardo Bonucci in the summer transfer window.

Jose Mourinho wants to add an experienced head into his backline as he plots a widespread rejigging of his defence despite a satisfactory defensive record in the just concluded Premier League season.




And it has been claimed that the Manchester United manager has identified Bonucci as the man who could provide leadership to his backline in the next campaign.

According to Turin-based daily Tuttosport, Manchester United have made exploratory contact to probe whether AC Milan are prepared to listen to offers for the defender.

 


Bonucci, who recently turned 31, joined the Rossoneri from Juventus last summer despite heavy interest from clubs across Europe as he wanted to stay in Italy due to personal reasons.  

However, there are suggestions that the centre-back could consider leaving the Italian peninsula this time around, especially after AC Milan failed to qualify for the Champions League.

The Serie A giants are also expected to consider selling him should they receive a transfer fee worth €40m from one of his suitors.

The Rossoneri could also consider a loan offer with an obligatory purchase clause for Bonucci this summer.

But negotiations are still at an early stage, despite the fact Manchester United seem interested in taking the experienced Italian to England.