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Juventus would listen to offers for Bonucci

Leonardo Bonucci is no longer considered ‘untouchable’ by Juventus, and they would listen to offers for the veteran defender. The 35-year-old club captain penned a contract extension until 2024 and will reportedly remain until the end of that deal.

TuttoJuve journalist Mirko Di Natale reports that despite the renewal, the club no longer see him as ‘untouchable’, despite the players will to stay until his contract ends.

Di Natale suggests that the Bianconeri would be willing to listen to offers for the veteran centre-back, with Spurs most recently interested in him.

Bonucci famously left Juventus to join Milan in 2017 after falling out with coach Max Allegri before returning just a season later.

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