Milan offer new Bonaventura contract

by | Sep 11, 2018 20:56

Giacomo Bonaventura is reportedly in negotiations to extend his Milan contract to June 2022.

The versatile figure just turned 29 and is tied to the San Siro side until 2020, but recently attracted interest from clubs outside of Italy.

With his chances of playing for Italy also increased by Roberto Mancini’s appointment, the Rossoneri are concerned his value will soar on the market.

‘Jack’ is seen as a pivotal member of Gennaro Gattuso’s side, able to play in a variety of midfield or even wide attacking roles.

Giacomo Bonaventura is reportedly in negotiations to extend his Milan contract to June 2022.

The versatile figure just turned 29 and is tied to the San Siro side until 2020, but recently attracted interest from clubs outside of Italy.

With his chances of playing for Italy also increased by Roberto Mancini’s appointment, the Rossoneri are concerned his value will soar on the market.

‘Jack’ is seen as a pivotal member of Gennaro Gattuso’s side, able to play in a variety of midfield or even wide attacking roles.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the talks are aimed at adding another two years to the current contract with an improved salary.

Bonaventura was signed from Atalanta on transfer deadline day in 2014 for €7m, just minutes after Inter had given up their option on the player.

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