Gomez has travelled to Spain for his medical with Sevilla and is set to leave La Dea after a falling out with the coach.
Despite the controversial ending, Gasperini wished him 'all the best' and believes 'it's a good stage' for the Argentine.
“He has given a lot to Atalanta," Gasperini told Rasport. “He has really helped us grow.
“I believe the team are now in a position to walk on their own legs and can continue to grow.
“I can only wish him the very best. He moves to a strong team that plays in the Champions League.
“It's a good stage for him, a great experience. I wish him the best."