AC Milan have no intention of selling Gigio Donnarumma in January, and the player wants to remain the at the club. However, the strategy could change when we get closer to the summer, as reported by Corriere Dello Sport (via calciomercato.com).
Earlier this week, after the Rossoneri’s negative result was revealed, Gazzetta Dello Sport reported that Milan would be forced to sell Donnarumma or Suso in January.
However, the reliable MilanNews.it instantly denied these reports, as it would be considered inconsistent with seasonal objectives and strong investments made by the owners.
The Rossoneri are now focused on renewing Donnarumma’s contract, which expires in 2021. Per the newspaper, the goalkeeper’s new deal could be worth €7m per year, rather than the current €6m.
Furthermore, the length of the contract will be extended until 2023, as Milan would like to have the upper hand in any eventual negotiations. However, it will be far from easy to reach an agreement with the agent Mino Raiola.