Mike Maignan has made it clear that he wishes to stay at AC Milan despite the interest of some clubs abroad, and soon his agents will meet the management.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, Maignan’s representatives will arrive in Milan for a meeting with CEO Giorgio Furlani inside the next three weeks and it is from there that concrete discussions over a contract extension will begin.
There is not really intense time pressure given that his current deal runs until 2026 but the idea is to shift that deadline until 2028, while doubling his current €2.8m net per season salary.
The priority of the France international goalkeeper remains to stay at Milan, despite the interest of Chelsea and PSG. Furlani and the management want to show recognition for Maignan’s status as not only one of the best in the world in his position but also a player who has become a leader in the dressing room.