Giornale: Maldini in talks to extend contracts of three key players until 2027

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are not only working on new signings to add to the quality of the current squad as they are also aiming to secure the long-term future of current stars.

According to this morning’s edition of Il Giornale (via MilanNews), the Rossoneri management are currently in negotiations for the renewals of three key players until 2027: namely Fikayo Tomori, Pierre Kalulu and Sandro Tonali.

The two centre-backs and the central midfielder were hugely influential in the Scudetto win last season and the plan is to reward them for their performances with an extended deal but also a substantial pay rise.

Of course, while there is always an emphasis in the media on the new signings that may join to raise the level of the current squad, the departures of Gianluigi Donnarumma and Franck Kessie over the last two summers also show the importance of armouring the pillars of the current project.

Tags AC Milan Fikayo Tomori Pierre Kalulu Sandro Tonali


  1. @Aliyu, times have changed, now every player is either leaving for free or forcing the team to sell them in the last year of the contract. Look at how we got Origi, Giroud, Maignan … look at Sanches or N’dicka to name two future rumours. We can complain about it or we can adjust and try to make progress using the system.

    The point is that all clubs are paying less to the clubs and more to the players/agents… but at the end of the day, all clubs spend only what they can afford, which is why unless you’re a sheikh or a private funded team like Juve, you cannot go around splashing a lot of money without selling your existing players. Even PL teams don’t have unlimited funds.

    Personally I think that the PL option of being able to renew the contract for one additional year at the end of the contract is a very good option for the clubs.

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