AC Milan have run into further difficulty regarding the renewal of Gianluigi Donnarumma who has received a huge offer, a report claims.
According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), a big difference between offer and demand has emerged in recent talks between Milan and Mino Raiola as the Rossoneri have offered €8m net per season to the goalkeeper and believe they have done their utmost, but Raiola wants a lot more.
The agent will not go below a request of €12m net per season and his stance has been strengthened by the fact a team has actually tabled an offer with that amount. There is also distance between Raiola and Milan over the length of the contract as the Diavolo want it to be over three years, but Raiola aims for a short-term deal in order to discuss the future of his client later.
The certainty of qualifying for the Champions League could unblock the situation, but the road in the league is anything but downhill. The offer of €12m is likely to have come from PSG as they eye a replacement for Keylor Navas, who is 35, and while Juventus are also monitoring the situation the Bianconeri gave Szczesny a big-money contract last year.