AC Milan are optimistic about being able to tie captain Alessio Romagnoli down to a new contract, according to a report.
Romagnoli has now officially been at Milan for over half a decade, having moved back in August 2015 from Roma, and his development over the last five years has been pleasing to watch.
In two years (30 June 2022) Romagnoli’s contract will expire though, causing the Rossoneri management to think about being proactive to avoid another situation like the Gianluigi Donnarumma one where the player has a lot of power due to the fact his deal is winding down.
The Milan captain earns €3.5million net per season at the moment, and il Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews) are reporting on Thursday that there is optimism regarding Romagnoli’s renewal.
This is because the defender feels central to the project and his intention is to stay for a long time, but – like Donnarumma – he has a lot of talent and is attracting interest.