Juventus and Lazio poised to pounce as AC Milan captain snubs contract talks
According to recent reports, AC Milan captain Alessio Romagnoli has not entered into talks about a contract extension with the Rossoneri and could now leave the club for free in the near future.
This emerges from a recent written report by il Corriere della Sera (as known from Calciomercato), which claims the Italian defender will become a free agent in the coming months.
Romagnoli, 26, joined AC Milan in 2015 after moving £ 22.5million from domestic rivals Roma.
Since arriving at San Siro, the commanding Italian center-back has played 227 games in all competitions, contributing directly to 11 goals.
Despite capturing Serie A giants in recent seasons, the 26-year-old now faces an uncertain future after claims he has failed to agree to a new contract.
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il Corriere della Sera also claim the defender’s situation is now attracting the interest of Serie A duo Juventus and Lazio – both could rush and take advantage of the 26-year-old’s upcoming free agency.