Alessio Romagnoli has made his personal wish known regarding his future at AC Milan but his situation remains uncertain, according to a journalist.
By now Romagnoli’s crossroads has been well documented as his deal expires at the end of the season and he has lost his guaranteed starting role despite being captain. According to the latest from Nicolo Schira, Romagnoli ‘would like to stay’ at Milan and the management are ready to open talks over the extension of his current deal from 2022 until 2026.
The Rossoneri could offer a figure in the region of €3-3.5m net per season in order to try and convince the former Roma man, who would have to accept reducing his salary as he currently earns €5m per year plus €1m in bonuses.
If Romagnoli were to accept a pay cut as well as his current role as an important defender but not a guaranteed starter any more, then the relationship between the parties will continue beyond the six years it is currently at, after he joined from Roma back in 2015.
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I hope he will stay 🙂