AC Milan will not be offering a new contract to Giacomo Bonaventura despite reports suggesting otherwise, according to a report.
Based on Saturday’s reactions after the game, it appeared as though Bonaventura will say goodbye to the Rossoneri after six seasons, with 183 official appearances and 35 goals.
The 30-year-old came off the bench during the 3-0 win over Cagliari at San Siro to end the season, and was pictured in tears at full-time, clearly believing it was his last game for the club.
However, Tuttosport (via MilanNews) reported on Monday that there is still hope for Jack as he is considered an important player both by technical director Paolo Maldni, and by head coach Stefano Pioli.
According to Sky Italia (via MilanNews) though, Bonaventura’s time at Milan is in fact over and Saturday was his final farewell, as the club do not intend to offer him a new deal.
Among the possible destinations are Fiorentina and Roma, both of whom could come forward to offer the Italian a contract.