AC Milan and Mino Raiola are coming at Gianluigi Donnarumma’s renewal from two very different starting points, a journalist has revealed.
The Rossoneri must resolve the future of the Italy international sooner rather than later as he is entering the final six months of the four-year deal he signed to stay at the club back in 2017.
Back then he was an inexperienced teenager albeit one showing remarkable potential, but now he is without a doubt one of the best in the world in his position, saving Milan countless points every season.
According to the latest from Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com on Twitter, Milan’s offer for the renewal of Donnarumma is a five-year contract at €7.5m net per season, therefore a total of €37.5m net or just short of €75m gross.
Raiola has not yet accepted and wants a two-year contract as a sort of ‘bridge’ deal. Negotiations are continuing, but Milan remain convinced that they will reach an agreement.