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This page contains detailed information on the profile and career of Leonardo Bonucci, Juventus defender

Career

  • Season Team Category goals
    2012/13 Juventus A 33/-
    2011/12 Juventus A 32/2
    2010/11 Juventus A 34/-
    2009/10 Bari A 38/1
    Jan 2009 Pisa B 18/1
    2008/09 Treviso B 13/2
    2007/08 Treviso B 27/2
    2006/07 Inter A -/-
    2005/06 Inter A 1/-
    2004/05 Viterbo C2 -/-
  • Year of achievement Team National European
    2012/13 Juventus 5/- 10/1
    2011/12 Juventus 5/- -/-
    2010/11 Juventus 2/- 8/1
    2009/10 Bari 1/- -/-
    Jan 2009 Pisa -/- -/-
    2008/09 Treviso 1/- -/-
    2007/08 Treviso 1/- -/-
    2006/07 Inter 3-/- -/-
    2005/06 Inter -/- -/-
    2004/05 Viterbo -/- -/-
  • Competition Season
    Italian Super Cup 2013
    Italian Championship 2012/2013
    Italian Super Cup 2012
    Italian Championship 2011/2012    

Leonardo Bonucci

Leonardo Bonucci has established himself as one of the most reliably strong defensive performers in Italy, as confident on the ball as the very best creative midfielders and now an important part of both the Juventus and Azzurri setups.

Bonucci began his football career with hometown side Viterbo. Following a useful spell with Viterbese, he completed a move to Inter’s Primavera side, before making his Serie A debut on 14 May 2006 against Cagliari. Serie B side Treviso recruited him on loan in 2007/08, before he moved to Pisa in January 2009.

The centre back was then signed by Genoa, where he flourished under Ventura’s management, becoming an important part of a solid rearguard and making 38 appearances throughout the course of the season.

His first goal in the top division came in the Bari v Palermo encounter - a magnificent scissor-kick. International recognition soon followed, with Marcello Lippi handing the defender his debut in a game against Cameroon on 3 March 2010, before subsequently including him in the Azzurri’s World Cup squad.

Bonucci’s fine performances as part of the Scudetto-winning Juventus side also saw him become a prominent part of Cesare Prandelli’s Euro 2012 back line.