Juve: Bonucci could leave. Milan: idea Bonaventura
As outlined by Tuttosport, the transfer market campaign of the European top clubs could help Juventus to sign a new forward: the bianconeri, in fact, could have a chance for Manchester United 25-year-old Javier Hernandez, Paris Saint-Germain 29-year-old Ezequiel Lavezzi and Manchester City 24-year-old Stevan Jovetic, also tracked by AS Roma: the duel between the Serie A defending champions and the giallorossi continues also for what concerns the defense, with River Plate 21-year-old Eder Balanta and Olympiacos 23-year-old Kostas Manolas as common targets; perhaps, the Piedmont’s club –according to the same media- could loose 27-year-old Leonardo Bonucci, who, despite three more years on his contract, is tempted by Arsenal. Who will certainly stay is 30-year-old right back Stephan Lichsteiner, who has declared that he has refused Paris Saint-Germain’s offer to remain in Turin and has revealed to be in talks to extend his deal. On the contrary, as outlined by La Stampa, the future of 27-year-old midfielder Arturo Vidal remains uncertain: Manchester United have not made an offer for the Chile international yet, and both Juve and its fans are becoming impatient.
Seeking a winger, AC Milan –as reported earlier- are keen on Torino 27-year-old Alessio Cerci, but, as revealed by calciomercato.com, are also thinking about Atalanta 24-year-old Giacomo Bonaventura, who could join for about 10 million euros and is no longer on Fiorentina's shortlist.