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Danilo wants to stay put at Juventus amid Bayern link

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Danilo has reportedly expressed his desire to stay put at Juventus despite being linked with a move away from the Allianz Stadium, as per the report in TRANSFERmarketWEB

The Brazilian joined the Old Lady of Turin back in 2019 from Manchester City. Since making the move to the Serie A giants, the 30-year-old has reserved the right-back position for his own. 

According to the reports, Bayern Munich have enquired about the right-back’s availability in recent times but the player has no intention of leaving the club just yet. Danilo has become a leader for the Juventus’ squad. And the new manager Massimiliano Allegri is impressed by the player’s versatility to play either side of the full-back position. 

With the player still having three years remaining in his current contract, the Bianconeri have set a €30 million price tag on the 30-year-old. This amount shows how highly Allegri’s side are willing to keep hold of their asset. 

Danilo ready to prolong his stay at Juventus:

After making the move from Real Madrid to Manchester City, the Brazilian did not enjoy a great time in the Premier League. However, since arriving at Turin, the right-back has become an integral part of the Bianconeri first eleven. 

The 30-year-old can play both sides of the full-back. And he also can provide cover in the centre-back position in the back three system. Danilo is excellent going forward for Juventus and also efficient in defending as well. Most importantly the defender is extremely consistent and hardly ever misses a game. 

After starting the season with a disappointing 2-2 draw against Udinese. Juventus will be hoping to get back to winning ways in the next fixture against the newly-promoted side Empoli. It will be an interesting season ahead for the football fans to experience a competitive Serie A season. With almost every club having changed their manager during this transfer window. 

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