AC Milan are looking to resolve the future of Simon Kjaer by rewarding him with a new contract, according to a report.
This morning’s edition of il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanLive), Kjaer has proven to be a true leader for Milan having arrived in the January window in 2020 with some question marks about the impact that he could make.
Kjaer is 32 years old but will enter the preseason campaign off the back of an excellent European Championships with Denmark, during which he had a big hand in saving the life of compatriot Christian Eriksen. Therefore, the belief is there that he will and can continue to play at a high level for some time yet.
The paper claims that Milan are ready to offer a two-year renewal to the Dane, therefore until 2024, and under the same salary that he currently earns. The former Wolfsburg man earns just over €1.2m net per season at the moment and after his post-Euros rest, Kjaer and his agents will negotiate with the club.