Atalanta midfielder Giacomo “Jack” Bonaventura is followed by top Italian clubs, according to his official representative.
The 24-year-old has been putting in some very good performances for Orobici for a couple of years now, and it looks as though a big club move is on the cards.
Despite signing a new deal with the club until June 2017 in May, the highly rated midfielder could be leaving Atalanta in the near future.
“If the future tells us that there are bigger sides than Atalanta who want him then we will evaluate a transfer,” agent Giocondo Martorelli told Radio Toscana.
“I’ve been approached by Juventus, Napoli, Inter, Roma and Fiorentina for him. The only club who have not asked me for information about Bonaventura is Milan.”
Bonaventura is a player who can be used across a number of positions in midfield and he has a knack for scoring important goals.
He has so far managed 21 goals in 127 league appearances while playing for Atalanta, Pergocrema and Padova.
Orobici have so far succeeded in keeping hold of their prized asset, but with so many high-profile clubs casting admiring glances the player’s way, Bonaventura could be leaving as early as January.