AC Milan captain Alessio Romagnoli has opted to go with Mino Raiola as his new agent leaving his future at a crossroads, a report claims.
Romagnoli joined the Rossoneri from Roma in a €25million deal back in 2015, and has gone on to amass over 120 appearances for the club.
It was recently reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport reporter Nicolo Schira that Romagnoli has split from agent Sergio Berti.
Raiola was one of those mentioned as interested in adding the Italy international as a client, alongside Federico Pastorello, Beppe Riso and Alessandro Lucci.
According to Sportmediaset though – as cited by Calciomercato.com – Romagnoli has chosen to entrust Raiola as his new representative, joining Gianluigi Donnarumma and Giacomo Bonaventura on the Dutchman’s books.
Raiola’s first priority will be to request a renewal of Romagnoli’s contract – which currently runs until 2022 – with a significantly higher salary than the €3.5m he reportedly currently makes.
If Milan are not willing to oblige, they may have to part with their prized young defender, amid links with Manchester United and Juventus in the past.