AC Milan and Mino Raiola disagree over the market value of goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to a report.
The Rossoneri face another crossroads regarding the future of their prized shot stopper just as they did back in 2017. With Donnarumma’s deal set to expire in 2021, they must either agree a renewal ahead of next season or sell him this summer, so as to at least generate a transfer fee from his sale.
As Calciomercato.com notes, at the moment there are no negotiations underway for a renewal as Raiola does not know the plans of Milan for the future, such as who will be head coach and whether money will be spent in the summer.
The ‘super agent’ wants the best for his clients from an economic and professional point of view, while inside Casa Milan the €6m-a-year salary that Donnarumma currently earns is causing some worried.
A possible sale will be painful and possibly not even economically advantageous. Milan values Donnarumma at €70million minimum, but Raiola does not go beyond €30-35m, most likely due to his contract situation (available for free in a year).
The lower the cost, the higher the commission he will receive. There is no shortage of interested clubs, Everton (an unwelcome destination), Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain above all.
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