SM: AC Milan’s 2022-23 contract situation – the deadlines and salary of each player

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are continuing with the diktat from above that they must build the best squad available without pushing the wage budget too high.

As our colleagues at can reveal, Theo Hernandez and new signing Divock Origi are currently the highest earners at the club as each get €4m net per season, followed by Olivier Giroud and Ante Rebic who get €3.5m, as does Fikayo Tomori after renewed a few days ago until 2027.

Among the names at the bottom of the ranking that stands out is that of Zlatan Ibrahimovic whose salary of €1m net is six times lower than to what he got last season. Below is the list in full…

AC Milan salaries 2022/23

➤ Theo Hernandez: 4 million net per season
➤ Divock Origi: 4 million
➤ Olivier Giroud: 3.5 million
➤ Ante Rebic: 3.5 million
➤ Fikayo Tomori: 3.5 million
➤ Mike Maignan: 2.8 million
➤ Tiemoue Bakayoko: 2.5 million
➤ Charles De Ketelaere: 2 , 2 million
➤ Davide Calabria: 2 million
➤ Alessandro Florenzi: 2 million
➤ Rafael Leão: 2 million
➤ Ismael Bennacer: 1.5 million
➤ Sandro Tonali: 1.2 million
➤ Ciprian Tatarusanu: 1.2 million
➤ Simon Kjaer: 1.2 million
➤ Rade Krunic: 1 , 1 million
➤ Tommaso Pobega: 1 million
➤ Ballo Tourè: 1 million
➤ Junior Messias: 1 million
➤ Alexis Saelemaekers: 1 million
➤ Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 1 million
➤ Yacine Adli: 0.8 million
➤ Antonio Mirante: 0.7 million
➤ Pierre Kalulu: 0.6 million
➤ Matteo Gabbia: 0.6 million
➤ Brahim Díaz: 0.5 million

The deadlines

The longest contracts currently in place are those up to 2027 for Tomori, Pobega, De Ketelaere and Origi. Maignan, Gabbia, Theo Hernandez, Tonali, Saelemaekers and Adli all have deals which will expire in 2026.

The contractual situations linked to Rafael Leao and Ismael Bennacer (expiration 2024) must be addressed soon, while at the end of the current season the two strikers Giroud and Ibrahimovic will see their deals run out.

➤ Fikayo Tomori: June 2027
➤ Tommaso Pobega: June 2027
➤ Charles De Ketelaere: June 2027
➤ Divock Origi: June 2027
➤ Mike Maignan: June 2026
➤ Matteo Gabbia: June 2026
➤ Theo Hernandez: June 2026
➤ Alexis Saelemaekers: June 2026
➤ Yacine Adli: June 2026
➤ Sandro Tonali: June 2026
➤ Marko Lazetic: June 2026
➤ Alessandro Florenzi: June 2025
➤ Ante Rebic: June 2025
➤ Davide Calabria: June 2025
➤ Fode Ballo-Touré: June 2025
➤ Pierre Kalulu: June 2025
➤ Simon Kjaer: June 2024
➤ Rade Krunic: June 2024
➤ Ismael Bennacer: June 2024
➤ Rafael Leão : June 2024
➤ Junior Messias: June 2024
➤ Andreas Jungdal: June 2024
➤ Ciprian Tatarusanu: June 2023
➤ Olivier Giroud: June 2023
➤ Tiemoue Bakayoko: June 2023
➤ Zlatan Ibrahimovic: June 2023
➤ Antonio Mirante: June 2023

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  1. I can see Giroud and Tatarusanu renew for one more season.

    Bennacer also could renew for 4-5 years.

    But this is pretty much the last season for Ibra and Mirante.

    Bakayoko also could left this month for EPL club.

    Next season will be interesting though:

    – With Ibra retired and potentially Giroud too if he didn’t renew, Milan definitely needs one new striker to fill the spot. Either they call back Colombo and Nasti from loan or they buy one from other club.

    – If Diaz plays well this season, Milan could make him permanent. But if not, then i hope Daniel Maldini got a good season with Spezia so he can return and fill the spot.

    – If Leao didn’t renew this season then i can see him left for PSG or Madrid next season. That means Milan needs to find a new LW.

    Outside that, Jungdal probably will be promoted as 2nd or 3rd GK.

    Hopefully there will be not many change in the lineup.

  2. Nothing to panic about until next summer and then it’s just Leao & Bennacer if they haven’t renewed by then. Could be worse.

  3. Attention for kalulu too… He deserve to earn minimum of 2m per year, as he show last season that he is the most important CB alongside Tomori.
    If Adli can proof himself is important to milan this season like he shows at preseason, he deserve to earn more too

    1. For a club that’s struggling with finances it doesn’t make sense to rush into giving the lad a significant raise. He will get one in time.

      “He deserve to earn minimum of 2m per year”.
      How did you come up with that figure? Why not 1.5M€? He’d surely settle for 1.5M€ too as his current wage is “tiny”.

      What works in FM isn’t always the best option when running a major football club in the real world.

      1. “If Adli can proof himself is important to milan this season like he shows at preseason, he deserve to earn more too”

        The club and the player has agreed that the sum he’s getting is the right one. Why should it be raised already when he has done nothing? Once again that kind of action makes no sense in the real world.

        Sure, if Adli makes it to the TOP-11 of Serie A this season he might deserve a raise but it should still be a reasonable one and not a “7M€/y” as some are asking after two good months.

    1. We signed him from Lyon youth team, without any senior appearance – it’s logical that he isnt earning much with his current contract – which expires at 2025.

      He deserve a wage raise, ofc – but that’s not the most important contract to solve rn. He WILL get it later.

      Mind you, €600.000/year = €50.000/months is by no means small for teenager. Its the same with Gabbia, and even more than Diaz (who we paid 100% of his Madrid wages. And Madrid paid him 0.5m/y even though they buy him for €17m).

      When he eventually renew I think maybe he will get around €1.5m-1.8m/year which is about 2.5-3 times his current salary.

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