AC Milan have reportedly placed a £31 million price tag on Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain target Leonardo Bonucci.
The San Siro club are ready to cash in on the centre-back this summer, so they can balance the books after finding themselves in Financial Fair Play bother.
They’ve already been banned from the Europa League this season after breaching FFP regulations and they are now prepared to sell players to make up for that.
Striker Andre Silva could be on his way, as could Bonucci with United knocking on AC Milan’s door.
The 31-year-old’s availability has caught the eye of United and PSG.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, as per talkSPORT, either club can have him for £31 million.
The sight of Bonucci next season would be a blessing. It would be such a jump from watching Phil Jones and Chris Smalling at centre-back, injuring themselves and keeping David de Gea busy.
Bonucci would be a better acquisition than many imagined at centre-back this summer. Back off, PSG.