GdS: Window opens for Romagnoli to stay at Milan but another hurdle arises

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are still in negotiations with Alessio Romagnoli over the potential extension of his contract but now another hurdle has arisen, a report claims.

Romagnoli has been at Milan since 2015 but his time at the club is at risk of being over and he could go to another club in Italy on a free transfer, with Lazio the team strongest linked, but rumours continue to surface suggesting the Rossoneri haven’t given up yet.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), negotiations are ongoing over a potential contract extension but the talks risk running aground due to the commissions demanded by the player’s agent Mino Raiola.

Despite this, a window has opened and he could potentially stay at Milan after all, despite all the widespread speculation that Sven Botman will arrive from Lille and the fact he has lost his spot in the starting line-up to Pierre Kalulu.

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  1. I appreciate the captain’s loyalty to the club, the club should let him know it’s time to move on and cut our loss so we can give him a proper sendfoth on the last match of the season. Let us let him leave with his pride

  2. I think the only thing that can happen with Romagnoli is for him to sign like a 1-yr extension and then Milan tries to sell. He seems like he’s willing to accept something like that, even though it has not been reported. If that’s the case he will forever be loved unlike the snakes like Hakan, Donna and Kessie.

    Let’s be real. Romagnoli although good, first lost his spot to Tomori. Then Kalulu who’s even a RB has overtaken him. It doesn’t make sense to have your captain as back up player.

    1. No one wants to pay both Milan and Mino for him. If there was any chance that a even a semi decent club (not counting Lazio) would want him Mino would be leaking stories that Real, Barcelona and Man Utd want him. But Mino is quiet, which means, there are no real offers, there is no price to be driven up, no one wants him.

      It’s sad, but our captain is not worth the money he and his captain are asking, and everyone knows it.

      The last offer he got from Milan was the club trying to repay its captain for years of service buy trying to force Lazio to offer a bit more. It is more of a pitty offer than anything serious, club is not gonna pay Mino’s commision so there is no way he will sign a new deal with Milan.

  3. There is no way AC Milan Will pay comission for Raiola because his client Romagnoli just fourth choice in CB now below Tomori kalulu Kjaer and only above gabbia. AC Milan offer just to help Romagnoli get good contract from Lazio or Juve ( consider it gift for his loyalty 7 years ) . Even as back up his salary too expensive

  4. I have to say one thing though. He did handle this last year with much more grace and respect towards the club and supporters than Kessie, Gigio or Turk ever did.

    He made no false promises, didn’t cause any drama. For that he has my utmost respect and I wish him all the luck of this world wherever he ends up after his spell at Milan. He was our captain, he was always professional and he stayed true to the club and us fans till the end.

    Unlike others in his position, he truly deserves some good offers so he can rekindle his career.

  5. If I were in Maldini’s place I would have all players in the world know, that as long as their agent was Mino Raiola, they had no chance to ever make it to AC MILAN. And that would simplify all accounts and all contracts at one stroke.

  6. I’ve said it for years, Romagnoli is a fine 3rd choice CB. Unfortunately I think it’s time for everyone to go their separate ways. I just hope the guys can see this year out and send the captain on his way with the scudetto. There’s not a player on this team that knows the pain of the last decade better than Romagnoli and it would be deeply satisfying to see him a champion in red and black.

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