AC Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura is attracting interest from Fiorentina amid doubts over his contract situation, a report claims.
Bonaventura has been with the Rossoneri for half a decade but is reaching a crossroads in his career. His current contract expires in 2020 and unless an agreement is found between the club and his agent Mino Raiola, he will walk away for free in June.
However, the signs are good. His equaliser against Napoli was a reminder of both the quality and experience he can offer, while Fabrizio Romano reported via Calciomercato.com that Bonaventura has already made his choice: he would like to stay at Milan.
According to Florence-based newspaper La Nazione though – as cited by MilanNews.it – Fiorentina are on the trail of the 30-year-old and are monitoring his situation closely.
The former Atalanta man would no doubt want to join a fitting project if he were forced to leave San Siro, and the paper claims that La Viola could offer him that.