Bonaventura has still not been offered a new contract at Milan, the current deal of the midfielder expires in June

Giacomo Bonaventura before Milan-SPAL at Stadio San Siro on October 31, 2019. (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

Jack Bonaventura could walk away as a free agent at the end of the season, as the club has yet to open contract extension talks with Mino Raiola.

Bonaventura spent the majority of the last season out injured but he’s now won back his place in the starting XI of Milan, as he’s had very good performances and two goals in the last three games.

However, the long-term future of Bonaventura is unclear. The contract of the 30-year-old expires on June 30 and there are rumours that some clubs, including Roma and Fiorentina, are looking to sign the player, perhaps already in January.

As reported by Gianluca Di Marzio on Sky Italia today, Milan have yet to give Bonaventura an offer renewal offer. The club, on several occasions, has expressed its esteem for Jack, but for now there has been no concrete proposal. Super-agent Mino Raiola takes care of the interests of Giacomo.

The former Atalanta man, who has been at Milan since 2014, will play from the start once again on Sunday when the Diavolo take on Sassuolo at Stadio San Siro (15:00 CET kickoff).

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Natti Camilleri

It would be a pirlo 2.0 if he leaves
He is peaking it would be insane to let him leave


He relies a Lot of his speed but he is very intelligent he should start working on some long passes and he could be a regista in a couple of years.

Baresis Dream

If I remember correctly, Jack is one of the most underpaid players in our squad; shouldn’t be too hard to offer him a decent raise for 2-3 years I would imagine.


Give him at least 2 years of contract.


Milan wins when Bona play. He is a champion. Milan started loosing when he got injured