Giacomo Bonaventura has left Milan after six seasons with the Rossoneri and thanked the club for an ‘unforgettable experience.’
The 30-year-old midfielder arrived from Atalanta in September 2014 and added 35 goals and 30 assists to his 184 games for the Diavolo.
After the 2019-20 season, his contract expired and Bonaventura is now moving elsewhere to pursue a starting place elsewhere.
He posted on Instagram. “Thank you, I had a dream come true. The years spent in Milan have been unforgettable. I want to thank all of the people I’ve shared this incredible journey with. Presiding staff, administrators, coaches, co-mates, doctors, and, physios. Thanks to all those who work behind the scenes at Milanello, they are Milan’s real engine, thanks to them, every day we feel at home, as a family. Thanks to all the fans in Milan who have always helped us, in the best and the worst moments. San Siro’s roar is something very special that I’ll never forget.”
“You will be in my heart forever!”
Bonaventura played 29 times in Series A 2019-20 but only started 13 and scored three goals in the process.