After many days of uncertainty, it looks like Milan finally have managed to find an agreement with Mino Raiola for Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Italian newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport reports that Marco Fassone has reached an agreement with Raiola for the renewal of Gigio Donnarumma, who is expected to sign a five-year contract worth €4.5m plus bonuses per year.
There is also expected to be a release clause in the contract, most likely related to if Milan manage to qualify for Champions League next season. This is something that Fassone didn’t want to add in the contract at first, but it seems he’s more or less been forced to do so. This would mean that Milan would have to let Donnarumma go if a club pays the release clause, should they fail to qualify for UCL football.
Fassone and Raiola will meet tomorrow at Casa Milan, where they will draft the contract, which will keep Donnarumma at San Siro until 2022.