The Italy international has been linked with Manchester United and Bayern Munich of late but insists he has not even thought about leaving the Serie A champions
Leonardo Bonucci has committed his future Juventus and poured cold water on rumours he could be on his way to Manchester United or Bayern Munich.
The Italy international stil has two-and-a-half years to run on his current deal with the Bianconeri but has been recently linked with moves to the Premier League and Bundesliga.
Consequently, there have been reports that Juve want to persuade Bonucci to sign an extension as soon as possible but the centre-half insists that there is no panic over his future.
“So much has been said and written about my situation,” he musted on Sportlobster. “I’m happy at Juventus.
“I’m thinking only of playing and winning in these colours. I’m not thinking about the renewal.”
Bonucci, who has been capped 43 times by his country, joined Juve from Bari in 2010 for a reported €15.5 million and has since played a key role in the club’s three successive Serie A title triumphs.