Chairman wants Arsenal to start bidding war for €35m man

This interest is highlighted in a report from La Repubblica, which notes Milan’s entry into the race for the Italian defender.

Buongiorno, aged 24, has risen through the ranks at Torino, graduating from their academy and becoming a key player in their first team since 2018.

His consistent performances, especially since last season, have caught the attention of several top clubs.

The central defender, who has made 12 appearances and scored two goals this season, is under contract with Torino until 2028.

Torino‘s chairman, Urbano Cairo, is reportedly asking for a transfer fee of around €35 million for Buongiorno. La Repubblica suggests that this price tag could spark a bidding war next summer, involving Arsenal, AC Milan, and Inter Milan.

Arsenal, managed by Mikel Arteta, are particularly noted as a club that Torino hopes will meet their valuation and trigger an auction for the player.

Buongiorno’s journey in football includes several loan stints, with transfers to teams like Trapani and Carpi, before establishing himself at Torino.


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