Milan’s Giacomo Bonaventura ‘ready’ to return to Serie A

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A lot of Italian football fans will be disappointed to see Milan’s coach Giorgio Chiellini leave, but they will be happy to see the Giacomini back.

A loan deal with Serie A side Genoa was announced last week, and he will take charge of a team that will be hoping to start the season with a win over Napoli.

Napoli’s victory at Sassuolo on Wednesday night was a huge blow to the Bianconeri, who are now in a difficult position.

Chielli has won seven consecutive Serie A titles and is one of the greatest coaches of all time, having guided Juventus to two Serie A crowns.

He is currently in charge of Juventus’ Under-21s side, but his departure is likely to cause further concern in Italy.

Chiesa is expected to return from injury this weekend, after missing the last two weeks with a foot injury.