The teenage goalkeeper, and future superstar Gianluigi Donnarumma may have a new contract on the table.
If reports from Gazzetta Della Sport are to be believed than Gigio Donnarumma could be earning €3.2m a year until 2022. That figure does not include any bonuses included in the deal as well as an invaluable perk, the captains armband.
Making an 18-year-old the captain of such a historic club like AC Milan in only his third professional year is unprecedented and is yet to be seen as a good or bad move.
This may not matter though; his agent, Mino Raiola, intends to wait and see which new players Milan bring in to gauge if the Rossoneri will be competitive.
If he is destined to stay, Mino intends to include a clause seeing him personally getting a share of any future sale, similar to what he did while selling Paul Pogba to Manchester United.
Speaking of Manchester, both the city’s clubs as well as Real Madrid are rumored to be tabling offers worth upwards of €7.5m per year.