Juventus and AC Milan have crossed swords ahead of the season after the swapping of two players. Striker Gonzalo Higuain and defender Leonardo Bonucci have changed shirts between the two Italian Giants.
The move saw Bonucci who left Juventus just a season ago make a U-turn and Higuain crossing over to Milan. The swap will also sees 24-year-old defender Mattia Caldara head from Turin to the San Siro.
Juventus signed Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo last month which left Higuain with little chances to start therefore opting to cross over to the rival club.
Higuaín scored 40 Serie A goals for Juve after joining from Napoli in 2016. Caldara, who officially signed from Atalanta in January 2017, failed to make a competitive appearance having remained on loan at his boyhood club last term.