Schira: Romagnoli could leave Milan as he feels ‘cheated’ – Pioli likely to sanction exit

By Oliver Fisher -

Alessio Romagnoli could move on this summer after over half a decade at AC Milan due to a lack of playing time, a journalist has claimed.

Romagnoli has lost his spot in the starting XI to Chelsea loanee Fikayo Tomori and with his contract set to expire at the end of next season, a sort of crossroads has emerged where he must in theory either renew or Milan must strongly consider selling so he doesn’t leave for free.

According to what is being reported by Nicolo Schira on Twitter, Romagnoli could indeed leave Milan this summer after six years at the club. The management are working to sign Tomori on a permanent basis from Chelsea and Romagnoli is not considered a priority for head coach Stefano Pioli.

The fact that he has been on the bench many times in the last months has left Romagnoli feeling like he has been ‘cheated’ out of a spot in Italy’s squad for the European Championships.


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5 Comments

  1. Lee Tyre says:

    If he can’t get into the Milan team, why would he get into the Italy squad? Cheated? Meh…

  2. VladaSWG says:

    Considering eho his agent is, I say sell him as soon as possible and don’t look back.

  3. qwerty says:

    What did you expect, to be an average captain of an average AC Milan until the end of days?

    Face the competition or leave.

  4. Joe Helmy says:

    Romagnoli is one of players as told by his ex. team mate who never serious in training a few seasons back and he was captain of the team. Very sad story

  5. Juro says:

    Cheated? If he cannot beat out Kajer for a starting spot he has only himself to blame. Sell him this summer as he is not worth the amount of Money (6M/yr) he is asking for to extend his contract and obviously will not be happy as a back up. Sell him and appoint Kessie the Capitan and use the $ on other players…

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