Giacomo Bonaventura’s future is very likely to lie elsewhere, as the midfielder’s contract with AC Milan expires at the end of the season and a renewal does not seem likely at this point, also given the direction the club has chosen to take with more focus on young players.
Thus, the player is free to negotiate a deal with any other clubs. The player is pursued by Torino, Atalanta and especially Roma, who would like to secure his services from the next season onwards.
However, the versatile player also received an offer from Italy’s lower division, in particular, from Serie B side Monza which is owned by Silvio Berlusconi and run by Adriano Galliani, who signed Bonaventura during his time at Milan in 2014.
According to what was revealed by monza-news.it (via milanlive.it), there was an attempt by Adriano Galliani for Bonaventura. However, the former Atalanta man has no intention of playing in Serie B and his salary demand was not compatible with Monza’s budget.