Juventus might consider letting Leonardo Bonucci join Manchester City, but only if they get Gabriel Jesus in exchange. According to Paddy Power, the odds of young Jesus to join Juve are 20/1 only, whereas Real Madrid has odds of 15/2 of acquisitioning the player, due to Juventus’s terms.
The Bianconeri are looking to beef up their strike force as they make another concerted effort to win the Champions League. All of Juventus’s actions are of course meant to increase their chances of that. If you want the odds for Juve to be successful in Europe, you can get odds and a lot of info regarding free bets at freebets.com.
According to Corriere Dello Sport, City haven’t given up on the idea of bringing Bonucci to England, despite the defender having recently renewed his Juve contract. The odds of such move to occur are slight and online bookies haven’t offered bets either for it to happen.
As Fabio Paratici mentioned just two days ago, “there will be many transfers, a situation that will bring football closer to the NBA,” and this could feed into the idea of more direct player exchanges.
The report in the Corriere Dello Sport suggests that City coach Pep Guardiola is still keen on Bonucci joining City, however Juve consider him an essential play and the only way they would entertain the idea, is if Brazilian striker Jesus was included in any deal.
The 22-year-old striker is a favourite of Bianconeri coach Maurizio Sarri who sees Jesus as the perfect counterpart to Cristiano Ronaldo in the Juve’s attack.