Alessio Romagnoli has been left with a rather difficult choice to make regarding his future at AC Milan, according to a report.
MilanNews writes that Romagnoli will certainly have given some thought to his future beyond the current expiry of his contract next June. The situation is as follows: he can either stay with the Rossoneri for a lower salary of around €3.5m net per season or move to a new club in order to try and secure a place as a start.
The report mentions that his priority is to stay with Milan, a wish which has already been communicated to the management who are now working to try and find a new solution, but aware of the interest of Juventus who have enquired about the possibility of signing the 26-year-old given Chiellini’s age and the uncertainty surrounding De Ligt.
Milan are studying a formula capable of satisfying all parties and will make an attempt to get Romagnoli to renew, with the former Roma man willing to stay and continue being an important part of the defensive rotations ahead of what could be another season in the Champions League.