CM: Milan ready to double star defender’s salary after refusing PSG’s offer – the situation

By Nikita Fesyukov -

Theo Hernandez is one of the stars of Stefano Pioli’s AC Milan squad and his stellar performances have attracted the attention of various top clubs across Europe, with PSG seemingly being the most persistent suitor.

As reported by Calciomercato.com, after having lost Gianluigi Donnarumma, who signed with Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer, the Parisian club also made a move to sign Theo Hernandez.

Leonardo tried, but Paolo Maldini was stubborn and immovable, as he considers Hernandez an integral part of the Milan project and an unsellable element.

The left-back is under contract at the San Siro until June 2024 with a salary of 1.5 million euros net per season, a figure that the Rossoneri are ready to double to secure the player’s permanence at the club with a longer agreement.

However, at the moment the priority remains the renewal of Franck Kessie, seeing as his contract expires in a year, and the former Real Madrid man’s situation will be addressed further on.

Tags AC Milan Milan PSG theo hernandez

5 Comments

  1. Jean says:

    Wait! At least till next season.
    Stop setting a standard you can’t maintain. Theo still has a lot to improve on. He needs to become selfless and release the ball early, trusting other teammates will do the rest, rather than taking on all opponents.
    His defensive work needs to improve as well.

  2. Vanligefolk says:

    Just sold him for capital gain, Maldini!

  3. Shal says:

    Well, probably it is better to convert Theo into a midfielder. Just like Bale. He isn’t a defender but a player of attack. Probably, he is the number 10 we always wanted.

  4. Ahmed Mohammed says:

    Theo is the player they are after so secure him now before it too late ,last days are dangerous,

  5. Dan says:

    is there anyone psg are are not buying,? financial fair play only seems to be for everyone apart from them and Man city.

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