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Bonaventura pushing for contract extension with Fiorentina as Juventus watch on – report

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Fiorentina midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura is reportedly hoping to resume his contract with Fiorentina earlier than the top of the 2023-24 season, however Juventus and sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli are additionally monitoring the state of affairs in keeping with current stories.

Although 2024 has not been sort to Fiorentina, who’ve slipped to eighth place within the Serie A desk and are with out a win in common time in any competitors to this point this 12 months, Bonaventura has been a comparatively dependable choice for coach Vincenzo Italiano.

The 34-year-old has supplied six objectives and two assists from 20 prime flight appearances this season, and was included in Luciano Spalletti’s Italy squad for the Euro 2024 qualifiers towards North Macedonia and Ukraine in November.

Bonaventura’s present contract with Fiorentina is ready to run out on the finish of the 2023-24 season, however the membership have an choice to increase that by an additional 12 months if sure circumstances are met.

The participant himself, nevertheless, would reportedly wish to evaluate and renew his contract no matter any clause that he has in his present contract, even when it means signing a brand new deal on the identical phrases he and his group negotiated within the earlier contract.

Giuntoli and Juventus, in the meantime, are understood to be following the state of affairs with some curiosity.

The Bianconeri might have made a proposal to Fiorentina in January once they had been trying to find midfield reinforcements, however the eventual deal for Carlos Alcaraz casted Bonaventura to at least one aspect.

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