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Serie A Clubs Battle For Boniface’s Signature

Serie A Clubs Battle For Boniface’s Signature

Serie A giants, Juventus, AC Milan and Napoli are interested in Bayer Leverkusen striker, Victor Boniface.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, the three clubs are lining up a summer move for Boniface.

The 22-year-old joined Bayer Leverkusen from Belgian Pro League outfit, Union St Gilloise for €20.5m in the summer.

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The Nigeria international has caught the eye with his impressive displays for Die Werkself.

The striker has scored 16 goals in 23 appearances across all competitions for Xabi Alonso’s side this season.

Juventus have already established contact with his representatives as they look to beat their rivals to the player.

Boniface is currently rated €40m by Transfermarkt.


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  • Felix 6 months ago

    Any of those 3 clubs isn’t bad for the next phase of his caree.

    • All those clubs would represent a somehow downgrade to him right now, those clubs are not as powerful as they use to be, I will advice/suggest he stay another year with Alonso and Bayern because right now it seems Don Carlo gonna extend with another year with RM and leave for Xabi to take over and I’m sure he will go with VB.

      • Felix 6 months ago

        If this your predictions will come through, it will really be good for him. But I don’t think anybody should plan with what they don’t have control over.

        Bayer Leverkusen is really doing well but they are still not as big as any of Napoli, Juventus and AC Milan, so you cannot say it’s a downgrade if he moves to any of these clubs.

        It is also important to note that playing professional football is business and making profit is a major goal. Bayer Leverkusen can not pay him the kind of salary any of those clubs will pay him, so he should think well as he makes his career decisions. An offer from any of EPL’s top 5 clubs would be better, though.

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