- Mino Raiola wants a release clause of below €50m to be added to his client’s book but Milan are still weighing the chances.
- Gianluigi Donnarumma is expected to stay with the club for at least 2 more years if agreements are finalized.
- The Keeper will earn €1m higher than his former €6m if agreements are finalized.
AC Milan are in talks with Mino Raiola as the Red and Black side push to extend Gianluigi Donnarumma staying at San Siro.
AC Milan has indicated interest to keep Gianluigi Donnarumma after such a restoration season as AC Milan pull through into the Europa League qualification zone amid finishing 6th place on the table.
With the transfer window open and teams already spying the 21-year-old goalie, AC Milan have officially began talks with the Donnarumma in order to extend his contracts.
Talks are ongoing between the keeper’s agent, Mino Raiola and the club. Donnarumma’s extension will have him bag new salary of €7m + add-ons/year.Embed from Getty Images
Donnarumma started off his professional career as a Milan keeper and has remained with the club since joining in 2015 from the youth side having made 176 appearances for the senior side and 16 appearances for Italy.
Mino Raiola is als pushing to see his client’s deal be added a release clause which although shouldn’t be more than €50m.
AC Milan on the other hand haven’t affirmed the release clause would be included in the keeper’s contract but talks are still in process and they can take a turn to concur to Raiola’s demand at any time.Embed from Getty Images
The Milan based team is looking at handing Donnarumma a 2-year extension deal if agreements are reached by both parties as they also push in convincing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to renew his contract with the club with the Swede demanding around €6m but the club is hoping to see a reduction to the €4m they are offering.
There are also reports that the club might decide to include bonuses so as to push them close to Ibra’s demands.
No team has indicated interests in signing neither Donnarumma nor Zlatan Ibrahimovic and that creates a quiet environment for AC Milan to comfortably decide on best terms to them and the players.
- Source: Nicolò Schira
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