A number of teams are interested in signing AC Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura, a report claims, including his former club Atalanta.
Bonaventura’s time at Milan appears to be coming to an end after six years with the Rossoneri as his deal is set to expire at the end of June with no signs of an imminent renewal.
As Calciomercato.com notes – citing il Corriere di Bergamo – Atalanta are keen on bringing Bonaventura back more than half a decade after he moved to their Lombardy rivals Milan.
However, the negotiations between their leadership and the midfielder will only resume once the season is over, so nothing done at least until the end of July.
Milan have communicated to the 30-year-old’s entourage the desire not to renew his contract but, once released and available on a free transfer, the likes of Fiorentina, Lazio, Roma and Torino are all waiting at the window meaning Atalanta would have to move fast.
At that point it will be up to Bonaventura alone to decide whether to wait to sit at the table with Atalanta to find an agreement or give in to the enticements of other clubs.