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Alessandro Buongiorno, a defender for Torino, is the focus of Manchester United owner Ineos, Footballwave has learned.


Ineos, the owner of Manchester United, is eyeing Torino defender Alessandro Buongiorno, considering him a promising addition to either the Man Utd or OGC Nice squad. The 24-year-old has been gaining attention with standout performances in Serie A, and there are indications that a deal could be secured for approximately €30 million.

Given Buongiorno’s versatility across the defense, including left-back, his relatively modest valuation makes him a potential asset at Old Trafford this season. Meanwhile, OGC Nice faces uncertainties regarding the future of Jean-Clair Todibo, who is now attracting interest from Bayern Munich, and the potential retirement of veteran Dante. Nice is in search of a long-term replacement, making Buongiorno a viable option.

AC Milan has also expressed interest in Buongiorno, with preliminary discussions reportedly underway. Although his contract extends until 2028, Torino is open to offers during the winter window, according to sources.

A product of the Torino youth league, Buongiorno played a crucial role in the team’s Coppa Italia Primavera triumph during the 2017–18 season. After joining the first team in 2018 and undergoing a loan spell with Carpi in the 2018/19 season, he returned to Turin, reaffirming his commitment to Torino by extending his deal.

Buongiorno achieved a significant milestone last year, earning his first call-up to the senior Italy national team. He participated in two UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying matches against England and Malta, showcasing his potential on the international stage. As discussions surrounding his potential transfer unfold, Buongiorno’s future in European football is poised for an intriguing chapter.

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