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Monday February 22 2021
Bonaventura suffers muscle injury

Fiorentina midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura has suffered a muscle injury and could be out for two to three weeks.

The Viola announced the former Milan player, who was replaced before half-time in the 3-0 win over Spezia last time, will be reassessed in the coming days.

“ACF Fiorentina announce that Giacomo Bonaventura underwent diagnostic tests this morning which revealed a first-degree injury to the long flexor muscle of the big toe in the left leg,” the club wrote.

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Sunday February 14 2021
Bonaventura: ‘Disappointed Fiorentina’

Giacomo Bonaventura believes Fiorentina deserved more against Sampdoria and wishes the best to Milan.

The Italian midfielder commented on La Viola’s 2-1 defeat away at Sampdoria.

“We created a lot without conceding much, we must reflect on it for the next games,” the 31-year-old told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday January 23 2021
Highlights: Fiorentina 2-1 Crotone

Giacomo Bonaventura’s sensational chest and volley was the ideal way to open his Fiorentina account, while Dusan Vlahovic completed a well-worked move.

The former Milan midfielder controlled a loose ball on the edge of the box and smashed the volley with the outside of his right boot into the far top corner.

The second Viola goal was very different, but still had a great deal of quality to it, Franck Ribery using one-touch football to lay it off for Vlahovic.

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Tuesday December 29 2020
Fiorentina: Bonaventura already on his way?

La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Giacomo Bonaventura could leave Fiorentina already in January.

The newspaper claims Fiorentina are looking to renew their midfield, as Erick Pulgar and Alfred Duncan seem set to leave the club.

Both Duncan and Pulgar have struggled to secure a place in the starting line-up in Toscana.

Bonaventura is also mentioned to have an uncertain future at the Artemio Franchi and could leave after a few months at the club.

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Monday November 23 2020
Fiorentina: Ribery avoids serious injury

The tests after Fiorentina’s 1-0 defeat to Benevento ruled out a serious injury for Franck Ribery and Giacomo Bonaventura could be back against Udinese.

Ribery was replaced in the first half against the Streghe yesterday, but the medical report has excluded a serious injury for the French veteran.

“ACF Fiorentina announce that the diagnostic tests Franck Ribery underwent today excluded injury to the right thigh,” the club wrote in a statement.

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Sunday November 22 2020
Fiorentina: Bonaventura and Ribery pick up injuries

After Giacomo Bonaventura’s injury during the warm-up training ahead of Fiorentina-Benevento, Franck Ribery was also forced off the pitch because of a muscular problem.

The former Milan midfielder was supposed to start in Fiorentina’s midfield but was ruled out of the game as he picked up an injury during the warm-up training at the Artemio Franchi.

Franck Ribery was subbed off after 44 minutes because of a muscular injury that will be assessed in the coming hours.

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Friday October 30 2020
Castrovilli: ‘Good luck to Chiesa’

Gaetano Castrovilli wishes ‘Good luck’ to Federico Chiesa and discusses his relationship with Giacomo Bonaventura and Franck Ribery.

The Fiorentina star has released an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport where he has opened up on a contract extension with La Viola.

Federico Chiesa opted not to stay at the Franchi and move to Juventus instead.

"Everyone makes their own choices,” Castrovilli said.

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Friday October 16 2020
Bonaventura: 'The Milan derby is unique'

Fiorentina midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura said he will never forget his experience from the ‘fantastic’ Milan derbies.

Bonaventura left the Rossoneri after last season and moved to the Viola to continue his career at the Artemio Franchi in Florence.

But ahead of this weekend’s round of fixtures, he admitted he will watch the Milan derby on TV.

“The derby is fantastic, I will never forget the ones I experienced, with the full stadium,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Sunday October 11 2020
Bonaventura leaves Italy squad

Fiorentina midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura has left the Italy camp for the birth of his son.

Bonaventura has left the Italy squad ahead of the UEFA Nations League match against Poland tonight, and the FIGC reveals he has returned to Italy for the birth of his son.

“This morning Giacomo Bonaventura left the Azzurri retreat and returned to Italy for the birth of his son Edoardo,” the statement read.

“Congratulations from the FIGC and from all the teammates and staff of the national team to the Bonaventura family.”

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Wednesday October 7 2020
Bonaventura: 'So much Italy midfield quality'

Jack Bonaventura assures there is ‘a lot of quality to choose from in midfield’ for Italy going towards the European Championships.

The midfielder was playing in his new stadium, having joined Fiorentina over the summer, as Italy beat Moldova 6-0 at the Stadio Franchi.

“We prepared well for this game, we managed to do everything that we had practiced, so we are pleased,” Bonaventura told Rai Sport.

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