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AC Milan defender Leonardo Bonucci could be the subject of a new bid from Manchester United.
After arriving from Juventus last summer for £35.1m, he is already considering leaving with the club also needing cash to improve other areas of their squad.
The centre-back’s availability has alerted Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germian, who are both keen on snapping him up.
United have already failed with an opening offer of around £28m but, according to Tuttosport, they are ready to return.
The Old Trafford club are determined to sign a new centre-back this summer and the 31-year-old is their top target.
PSG remain interested in Bonucci, though, and believe they can pip anyone to his signature.
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The French champions have already signed the defender’s former Juventus team-mate and friend, Gianluigi Buffon, and they believe that will give them the edge.