Alessio Romagnoli reportedly remains open to renewing his contract with AC Milan but Juventus are monitoring his situation in the meantime.
Today’s edition of il Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews) talks about what the future might hold for Romagnoli, given that the Rossoneri captain’s current contract will expire on June 30th and at the moment he has not yet extended his agreement meaning he would be available to leave on a free transfer.
Romagnoli’s first choice and priority remains to renew with Milan and stay at the club he has been at since 2015, but director Paolo Maldini has so far only put forward a new contract with figures more than halved compared to the €6m net per season he currently earns.
That is why the negotiations between the parties are stalled for now, while Juventus – the paper adds – have been targeting the 26-year-old for a while. The Bianconeri have already had contact with his entourage, and a decision will have to arrive in the coming months.