From Spain: Donnarumma close to signing Milan renewal – pay rise and huge release clause

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are closing in on securing the renewal of goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to a report from Spain.

Todofichajes.com are reporting that Milan are very close to reaching a decisive agreement this week with agent Mino Raiola on the extension of Donnarumma’s contract. The Rossoneri goalkeeper would renew until 2025, therefore signing a four-year extension, and will receive a net salary of €8million per season plus bonuses.

There will be a release clause inserted into the new contract as is the will of Raiola, however there is not as much panic as the reported €50m figure would suggest, because the report claims it will be fixed at €90m.

The renewal is of course facilitated by Donnarumma’s desire to stay at Milan and continue at the club where he has developed so much over the last five years. Those who want to separate the marriage will have to present a very high offer.

Tags AC Milan Gianluigi Donnarumma

1 Comment

  1. Martin Bernhard says:

    To call 90 mil a huge release clause when donnarummas current value according to transfermarkt is 60 mil seems a bit silly to me as its only 50% on top of his current value, In a market where players often are sold for twice or thrice their valuation this isnt even a high release clause had it been 200 mil this headline would make more sense. Anyways i question these numbers and if/when he signs a new long term contract his valuation will instantly go upwards towards that release clause so in case he demands 8mil + bonuses then his release clause simply shouldnt go below the 150 mil euroes

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