Today’s edition of Il Corriere della Sera reveals AC Milan’s plan to sign the two Juventus stars, namely Mattia Caldara and Gonzalo Higuain. In an unexpected turn of events, both clubs are negotiating another sensational transfer one year after Leonardo Bonucci moved to AC Milan for 42 million euros.
The two Serie A giants are discussing a head-to-head exchange between the former Atalanta talent and Leonardo Bonucci. No extra cash will be included in this operation. The 31 year old Italy international is determined to return to Juventus while the Rossoneri hope to replace him with the highly rated Caldara.
While for Higuain, Juventus demand 60 million euros. The Rossoneri want to fund a move with the money from the sales of Nikola Kalinic , Andre Silva and Bacca. However the Red and Black value the Argentine striker 10 million less, at 50. In addition, Leonardo is also holding talks with Antonio Conte. The former Chelsea coach is a specific request of new owners Elliot.