CM: Hefty demands could force Milan to add €60m release clause in Donnarumma’s contract

By Isak Möller -

AC Milan will do everything in their power to renew Gigio Donnarumma’s contract, which will expire in 2021. This is the message from sources close to the club, as Elliott Management have given the go-ahead for the operation. 

According to Calciomercato.com, Donnarumma has made it clear that he wants to stay at Milan despite the exit rumours. Mino Raiola, of course, had other plans but took note of the player’s will, now working in that direction.

There haven’t been any renewal offers from the Rossoneri yet, but the latter have informed the agent of their willingness to meet in the coming days. Raiola wants to improve the current salary bu asking for €9m per year.

Milan, on the other hand, are leaning towards confirming the current salary while perhaps adding a €50-60m release clause in the contract. This would only be valid in the event of another season without Champions League (2021/22).

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