According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, Milan could have an important axis with Mino Raiola in the coming months, with discussions to be had regarding several of his clients.
Of course among those is the future of Gianluigi Donnarumma, for whom ‘phase 2’ of negotiations regarding his renewal have not yet begun for the simple fact that both sides are in no hurry. Instead, they will talk at the end of the season when the projects are clearer both from a technical and an economic point of view.
In the most recent talks with Raiola, the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic was not the only issue that was addressed, as PSV right-back Denzel Dumfries became the topic of conversation.
The Netherlands international is a profile Milan are interested in, especially if Davide Calabria were to leave, and while the current asking price for Dumfries is €20m he could leave for much lower due to the effects that Coronavirus will have also in the world of football.
An important opening for Milan has come from Raiola though despite interest from the Premier League: the idea of being able to be coached by Rangnick is considered an interesting prospect for the defender.
Meanwhile, the report adds that there are ‘very comforting signals’ for Milan on the Alessio Romagnoli front, as there is ample willingness on the part of both Raiola and the Rossoneri captain to discuss the renewal of his current contract, which expires in 2022.
Everything could be formalised by the end of the calendar year, despite interest from Lazio and several Spanish clubs. Gazidis wants to build the new Rossoneri project around the current captain, too.