Milan defender to snub Manchester United?
AC Milan defender Leonardo Bonucci is set to ignore a move to Manchester United in favour of a move to French side Paris Saint-Germain, according to Mirror Football.
The report claims that Bonucci's agent is in Paris to negotiate a move for the player with the French club. €40m could be enough to lure the former Juventus man from the San Siro to the capital of France.
If a move is completed, he will join his former Juventus teammate Gianluigi Buffon, who completed his move to PSG this summer after 17 years with the current Serie A champions.
Jose Mourinho is in need of a quality central defender, and will have to pay a high price to lure Bonucci or look elsewhere for the right man to bolster his backline.
United have been favoured by bookies to land Chelsea defender Gary Cahill, who is reportedly considering his future with the FA Cup holders as reports emerge that the Blues are looking to move for Italian defender Daniele Rugani to add to their already crowded defence.