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In other news: Bonucci set for new deal

Leonardo Bonucci

Leonardo Bonucci

Elsewhere in the world of football…

Italian giants Juventus will offer Leonardo Bonucci a new contract as they seek to keep the defender in Turin. 

The Italian, who was linked with City this summer, is reportedly on Chelsea’s radar and the reigning Serie A champions will offer him a new deal in order to fend off the Premier League club’s advances.

The Mirror take up the story as Martin Domin writes: “Bonucci has four years left on his contract with the Turin club having extended it last summer but Juventus want to tie him down to a longer contract.”

Meanwhile….

  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has not ruled out a move away from the Gunners. (Daily Mail)
  • Celtic could struggle to keep hold of Moussa Dembele according to former teammate, Louis Holtby. (Express)
  • Following Saturday's penalty heroics, Maarten Stekelenburg has thanked Ronald Koeman for showing faith in him. (Liverpool Echo)
  • Montreal Impact boss, Mauro Biello, says Didier Drogba refused to play after finding out he was a substitute. (Sky Sports)

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