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One of the world's best is for sale and Antonio Conte has already asked the board to sign him


Chelsea target Leonardo Bonucci is for sale according to a number of reports in Italy.

The 30-year-old was a major target for manager Antonio Conte last summer but he eventually decided to stay in Italy.

But it seems that the Bianconeri are now willing to cash in on the defender this summer and the Italian manager has already asked the board to sign him according to Metro.

Meanwhile, the Italian was full of praise for his teammates and club after Saturday's Champions League defeat against Real Madrid.

"The disappointment is there, it exists," he wrote on his personal Instagram page.

"We thought and we believed that this would be the right time.

"Unfortunately, that was not the case. Congratulations to Real for the victory. However, I remain proud of being part of this group. We brought home two titles, doing something truly unique.

"A round of applause to you fans of the Old Lady, you were there, you always have been and always will be. In defeats and victories."

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