Three players face uncertain futures at AC Milan which need clarifying between now and the end of the season, a report claims.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, there are three players who could play their last game for Milan in May.
The first is Giacomo Bonaventura, whose contract is expiring in June. The 30-year-old has been lacklustre in the last few weeks and has rarely seen out the full 90 minutes, struggling with his new position as a left midfielder in Stefano Pioli’s 4-4-2 system.
During an interview with ilmilanista.it last month, Enzo Raiola – the cousin of Bonaventura’s agent Mino Raiola – dropped a bombshell regarding the midfielder’s future by claiming he will leave at the end of the season.
Second on the list is Franck Kessie, who the report claims has ‘not reached the levels of last season’. Numerous outlets linked Arsenal with a move for the Ivorian in the January window, with claims he carried a €25m price tag then.
Interestingly though, Kessie appears to be an established starter alongside Ismael Bennacer at present.
Finally, the situation surrounding Davide Calabria is also uncertain. Calciomercato claim that ‘in case of a good offer he can leave’ having fallen behind Andrea Conti in the pecking order and maybe even new signing Alexis Saelemaekers in the near future.