Bonucci rejoins Juventus and Higuain joins AC Milan

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Gonzalo Higuain is set to make a big move from Juventus to AC Milan. which could end up benefitting Wolves.

Chelsea have received a major boost in their pursuit of Matias Vecino as Inter Milan close in on a deal for Arturo Vidal.

According to Sky Italia, Higuain will be a Milan player next club with Bonucci heading back to Juve.

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"Well, you can see that he's scored goals in Italy, which is not the easiest thing to do", former Premier League forward McBride said of Higuain. Juve will be happy to get back a legend and one of the most decorated center-backs in the world. He was left on the bench for the second round match against France as Argentina lost 4-3 and were knocked out.

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Bonucci and Caldara swapped teams with each club paying €35 million for the other's player, Juventus said in a statement.

Bonucci spent seven seasons at Juventus, helping them win six successive Serie A titles, before joining AC Milan for 40 million euros in a shock move previous year. Milan's sporting director Leonardo recently discussed the striker's situation with his agent and brother Nicolas in a three-hour meeting.

Juventus had originally insisted on a buyback clause for 24-year-old Caldara, who has played twice for the Bianconeri in the 2018 International Champions Cup; but dropped the demand during talks with Milan. Overall, he made seven appearances for Chelsea in what he considered a successful first season at the club.

Of Sarri's approach, Luiz added: "I love this philosophy".

"After that, we'll take stock of the market, which will be an excellent one, regardless of what happens next".

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