CM: Milan veteran set for pay rise after accepting Roma offer – the figures
By Isak Möller -

After six long years at the club, Giacomo Bonaventura is expected to part ways with AC Milan. His contract will expire in the summer and despite his importance over the years, the Rossoneri have no intention of renewing it. 

As reported by Calciomercato.com’s Daniele Longo, Mino Raiola is making new deals with Roma. In addition to the return of Moise Kean to Italy, which is in the works, another negotiation is close to completion: Bonaventura to the Giallorossi.

The midfielder will leave Milan on a free transfer and has already said yes to the offer of Roma, who are offering him a three-year contract worth €2.5m plus bonuses per year. In other words, a pay rise as he currently earns €2m with the Rossoneri.

Although the likes of Atalanta and Torino are also interested, the 30-year-old prefers to play for Roma next season. This campaign, he has made 19 appearances (11 from start) and bagged three goals.

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