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Leonardo Bonucci, who left Juventus Turin this summer for Union Berlin in Germany, is apparently unhappy with the conditions under which he had to bid farewell. To this end, he wants to take his beloved club to court in order to claim damages.
During the summer mercato, Juventus Turin informed Leonardo Bonucci that he was no longer part of the club’s plans. The Italian defender was even dropped from the professional squad before finding a new home in Germany. But he has no intention of stopping there. Bonucci will be seeking damages for the training conditions Juventus imposed on him after deciding to sell him in the transfer market. For the 36-year-old, the claim is based on professional and image damage. The funds he hopes to obtain will be donated to a hospital in Turin.