Juventus release statement regarding Bonucci situation


Juventus have released an official club statement in response to the ongoing situation surrounding former club captain Leonardo Bonucci. The 35-year-old veteran has reportedly been told that he is not part of the clubs plans for the new season and will not feature for the first team. The players agent has confirmed that his clients wish is to remain at Juve but there have also been suggestions that the defender may take legal action.

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Juventus have now released a statement addressing the speculation on Bonucci and confirming their actions towards him have been in line with club policy:

Juventus Football Club strongly reaffirms the legitimacy of its actions towards all registered players who are recognised and are fully guaranteed all the rights provided by the Collective Agreement in this category. Juventus is also ready, in the event that this becomes necessary, to defend the full legitimacy of its behaviour in the relevent offices.

Furthermore, Juventus Football Club hopes that the problem of defining a correct balance between players’ rights and Clubs’ needs can be definitively addressed and resolved in the context of the negotiation of the new Collective Agreement between AIC and Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie A which will take place in view of the 2024/25 sports season.


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