CM: Background on Milan exit emerges as Donnarumma prepares to sign huge PSG deal

By Oliver Fisher -

In a matter of days Gianluigi Donnarumma will be unveiled as a new Paris Saint-Germain player, according to a report.

Calciomercato.com writes how one of the most controversial cases in recent years is about to close as Donnarumma will sign a five-year contract for €10m net per season plus €1m in easily reachable bonuses, to which another €1m could be added with slightly more difficult objectives.

Mino Raiola has somehow managed to get the amount he asked for from Milan, as well as a hefty commission, and the report adds how the negotiation between the powerful Italian-Dutch agent and Leonardo had started in December but reached a turning point only after an acceleration last weekend.

A background also emerges regarding his exit from Milan: Donnarumma always expressed his preference for an experience abroad, in order to avoid an even stronger betrayal against Milan, and in the end he was satisfied.


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2 Comments

  1. Gianluca says:

    Since Leonardo started working for PSG he decided that Milan would have been his favourite outlet. Dollarumma found an environment that fits his lifestyle…

  2. milanfansfromchina says:

    Stop trying to whitewash the Dollar boy! Going to PSG as number 2, even though with hefty salary, is a big step down.

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