At the moment it looks as if Alessio Romagnoli’s time at AC Milan could well be coming to an end after over half a decade, according to a report.
This morning’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews) takes a look at the future of Romagnoli, whose contract with Milan will expire on June 30. The Rossoneri management have put an offer worth €2.5m net per season on the table plus bonus, which is less than half of the player’s current salary.
Romagnoli’s request to renew is about €3.5m, but with the availability of being able to negotiate because he is more than open to renewing, but at the same time Lazio are interested in the Milan captain.
The capital club could offer him an annual salary of around €3m for the next five years and therefore a deal worth €15m, and given that they are his boyhood club it would likely make it a tough decision for him.