Max Allegri has asked Juventus to bring Milan midfielder Jack Bonaventura to Turin next season, it’s reported.
According to Il Messaggero, Bonaventura is just the kind of reinforcement the Bianconeri are looking for.
It would be frankly unlikely, as Milan value him at around €30m and he is a key figure in Gennaro Gattuso’s 4-3-3 formation.
The 28-year-old’s versatility is the key, as he can play in a variety of midfield or forward roles.
He also has an eye for goal, this term contributing six in 30 competitive appearances, plus two assists.
Bonaventura joined Milan from Atalanta for €7m on transfer deadline day in 2014, as Inter gave up their option in the last hour of trading.