Giacomo Bonaventura appears to be coming to the end of his six-year spell with AC Milan, but he reportedly has one objective in mind before he leaves.
Bonaventura joined the Rossoneri back in 2014 and has spent over half a decade with his boyhood club, but with his deal set to expire on June 30 and no signs of an imminent renewal, it appears his San Siro days are numbered.
According to the online version of La Gazzetta dello Sport, there is still something that Bonaventura’s wants to do before his final farewell to Milan, and that is to win the Coppa Italia.
The cup is a trophy that has been missing from the Milan honours board since 2003 and that Bonaventura has already almost won on two occasions with the Rossoneri, losing twice in the final against Juventus in 2016 and 2018.
Jack would like to lift the Coppa as his swan song but it will not be easy, because Juve must first be defeated in the return leg of the semi-final at the Allianz Stadium.