AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis has reached a decision regarding the future of club captain Alessio Romagnoli, according to a report.
Romagnoli – who switched agents to Mino Raiola earlier in the season – is currently on a deal until 2022, which means that a crossroads may be on the horizon soon for the Rossoneri just as exists at present with Gianluigi Donnarumma’s future.
It was recently reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport that Romagnoli is expecting a pay rise in the new contract, with his current deal worth €3.5m-a-year. The paper stated that the Milan leadership are unlikely to cede to those demands, which has caused Atletico Madrid and Barcelona to hover.
According to Calciomercato.com however, there is very little chance that the 25-year-old will leave Milan at the end of the season.
Instead, Ivan Gazidis’ intention is to find an agreement to renew the captain’s contract, but there is no mention as to what the figures would be amid reports from Sky that the South African wants to impose a cap of €3m per player per year.
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