Manchester City are interested in signing Juventus star Leonardo Bonucci, and reports suggest a huge offer of €60m has already been made for the Italian star.

On Sunday, Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport give further updates on the rumours linking Bonucci to Manchester City.

Gazzetta say the rumours of a €60m offer to Juventus, and a five year contract to the player worth €8m a year could really disrupt things at the Serie A club.

It seems Gazzetta can’t confirm if an offer has been made for Bonucci, but admit Bonucci could be tempted to Manchester City by Pep Guardiola.

Bonucci’s agent Alessandro Lucci had discussions with Manchester City during his recent trip to England.

Juventus, however, are very clear on their part. They don’t want to lose any of their key players, and consider Bonucci ‘non-transferable’.

Bonucci is tempted by the prospect of playing in the Premier League, mostly due to a massive pay raise he could be getting, but is yet to make a decision.

It is reported the player is currently on holiday, but has been asking around if the Premier League will suit his playing style.

As things stand, there are lots of doubt over the transfer at the moment, and Gazzetta can’t even confirm if an offer has been made.

However, next week could be a really difficult one for Juventus fans, as two of their star players are strongly linked with a move away from Turin.