Giacomo Bonaventura’s future is a topic that still needs resolving but one thing is seemingly certain: he will be at a new club next season.
According to TMW (via MilanLive), the midfielder seems confident that he will leave Milan after six years once his deal runs out on 30 June, given that the contract renewal option appears practically impossible.
Bonaventura could extend his stay only in the event that the 2019-20 season were to resume after June, but even then it would only be a temporary situation.
There are a number of clubs who are keen on the 30-year-old despite the Rossoneri’s willingness to let Bonaventura walk away. Roma believe they have the edge due to their good relationship with his agent Mino Raiola, but the financial offer must be good enough as Torino and Atalanta are lurking.
In the background, Lazio also moved marginally for Bonaventura, even if the priorities of Claudio Lotito’s club at the moment seem to be different.
All that seems certain is that Bonaventura will say goodbye to Milan after six seasons, making a total of 171 appearances for the club and bagging 35 goals in the process.