Leonardo Bonucci

      Leonardo Bonucci
      • 1987
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      Minutes played
      Left foot
      Right foot
      Shots on Target
      Chances created
      Tackles won
      Goals conceded
      Serie A
      Season Team Category Apps/Goals
      2018/2019 Juventus A 29/3
      2017/2018 Milan A 35/2
      2016/2017 Juventus A 29/3
      2015/2016 Juventus A 36/3
      2014/2015 Juventus A 34/3
      2013/2014 Juventus A 29/2
      2012/2013 Juventus A 33/-
      2011/2012 Juventus A 32/2
      2010/2011 Juventus A 34/-
      2009/2010 Bari A 38/1
      2008/2009 Pisa B 18/1
      2008/2009 Treviso B 13/2
      2007/2008 Treviso B 27/2
      2006/2007 Inter A -/-
      2005/2006 Inter A 1/-
      2004/2005 Viterbo C2 -/-
      Season Team National European
      2018/2019 Juventus 1/- 10/-
      2017/2018 Milan 5/- 11/-
      2016/2017 Juventus 5/1 10/1
      2015/2016 Juventus 5/- 8/-
      2014/2015 Juventus 5/1 13/-
      2013/2014 Juventus 2/- 13/1
      2012/2013 Juventus 5/- 10/1
      2011/2012 Juventus 5/- -/-
      2010/2011 Juventus 2/- 8/1
      2009/2010 Bari 1/- -/-
      2008/2009 Treviso 1/- -/-
      2007/2008 Treviso 1/- -/-
      Competition Team Season
      Serie A Juventus 2018/2019
      Super Cup Juventus 2018/2019
      Coppa Italia Juventus 2016/2017
      Serie A Juventus 2016/2017
      Serie A Juventus 2015/2016
      Coppa Italia Juventus 2015/2016
      Super Cup 2015/2016
      Coppa Italia 2014/2015
      Serie A 2014/2015
      Serie A 2013/2014
      Super Cup 2012/2013
      Serie A 2012/2013
      Super Cup 2011/2012
      Serie A 2011/2012


      Fearless in the tackle, possessing a fine tactical mind and confident with the ball at his feet, Leonardo Bonucci has all the attributes required of a top, international defender.

      Few players have taken their game to the next level in the same way as Bonucci since he joined Juventus from Bari in 2010. The defender’s consistency at the back and his unrelenting year on year improvement cemented his place at the heart of the Bianconeri’s legendary backline as well as making him a permanent fixture for the Azzurri.

      Beginning his career with hometown club Viterbo, Bonucci was soon on the move to Inter and it was there that he made his Serie A debut on 14 May 2006 against Cagliari. Spells at Treviso and Pisa followed before he pitched up at Bari in 2009, where he would instantly flourish, win his first Italy cap (against Cameroon in March 2010) and earn a move to Juventus the following summer.

      Upon arriving in Turin, Bonucci quickly established himself as a mainstay for both club and country, winning six consecutive Scudetto titles, three Italian Super Cups and three Coppa Italia trophies, before joining Milan in July 2017.

      During his one season (50 appearances) with the Rossoneri, Bonucci completed the most passes (2,736) and made the most interceptions (70) – across all competitions – of anyone at the club.

      In August 2018, Bonucci completed his return to Juventus, determined to taste further success together with the Bianconeri again. Last season Bonucci picked up just where he left off, contributing to a terric season with Juventus once again. 

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