There are two clubs who are circling and wish to test Alessio Romagnoli’s commitment to AC Milan, according to a report.
Romagnoli joined Milan all the way back in 2015 from Roma and up until earlier this year he was one of the first names on the team sheet, establishing himself as one of the best defenders in the league and being rewarded for his importance by being given the captain’s armband. However, the arrivals of Fikayo Tomori and Simon Kjaer have meant he is no longer a guaranteed start.
According to Calciomercato.com, Romagnoli has accepted the way that the defensive hierarchies are under Stefano Pioli and the fact that he will be rotated with Kjaer and Tomori. The 26-year-old’s contract, however, is about to expire and he has many proposals on the table.
The report adds that Juventus and Tottenham are keen on trying to thwart Milan’s plan, which is to get him to extend his deal by taking a pay cut from the amount he currently earns.