Juventus to demand world record fee for Bonucci
If Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola wants to bring in Leonardo Bonucci over the summer to improve the defence he'll have to pay a world record fee for a defender of £50million. Juventus' valuation hasn't necessarily put Guardiola off, according to the Telegraph report, as he feels that centre-back is a problem area for the team. Chelsea and Manchester United are both credited with an interest but City are said to be leading the race.
Paper Round's view: Bonucci is one of the best defenders in Europe, his performance against Barcelona shows that. John Stones is an excellent player despite his problems this season but he needs an experienced hand to help him and Bonucci could be just that.
Swansea and West Ham enter race for Terry
Both Paul Clement and Slaven Bilic have expressed interest in signing John Terry when he leaves Chelsea at the end of the season. Both spoke of their admiration for the Chelsea skipper and said they may consider speaking to him at the end of the season.
Paper Round's view: The ball very much would appear to be in Terry's court and the decision will come down to whether or not he wants to stay in England or move abroad. Bournemouth and West Brom have also been credited with an interest and Terry certainly won't be short of options.
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