AC Milan have already secured a deal for Gianluigi Donnarumma’s replacement but the priority remains his renewal, according to a report.
Gianluca Di Marzio is claiming that talks over Donnarumma’s renewal have stalled as the Rossoneri’s final offer is a two-year contract at €7m net per season plus €1m in bonuses, with a €30-35m release clause in case of failure to make the Champions League.
Milan have already secured Mike Maignan from Lille to replace him in what would be a deal worth €12m plus bonuses. The priority remains renewing Donnarumma’s contract and Maignan would only arrive if the Italy international were to refuse a new deal and leave on a free transfer.
Di Marzio adds that at the moment the most attentive team to Donnarumma is Juventus, who would however have to sell their current No.1 Szczesny first in order to be able to afford the financial package needed to tempt Donnarumma north to Turin.