Manchester United is set for first summer signing, the Old Trafford outfit is moving for AC Milan captain Leonardo Bonucci, according to report in Tuttosport.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is looking to strengthen his backline ahead of next season and he is craving for the signature of the 31-year-old Italian defender ahead of the next season.
AC Milian signed Bonucci from Juventus last summer in a deal that worth €42m and the Milian team will aim to make profit
from the deal if Manchester United want the veteran defender.
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Bonucci resisted a switch to Manchester City two years ago because his youngest son had very serious health issues, but the case is gone now and his son has recovered and a Premier League switch is back on the cards.
Bonucci has won a seven Serie A and has been runner-up with Juventus twice in the Champions League and with the national team, he was part of the Italian team that lost the Euro 2012 to Spain and won a bronze medal in 2013 in FIFA Confederations Cup.