GdS: Milan and Raiola disagree over clause, length and salary of Donnarumma’s extension

By Oliver Fisher -

It appears as though AC Milan still have some way to go before agreeing a renewal with Gianluigi Donnarumma, a report claims.

Now the January window has shut, the Rossoneri management are focusing on players with expiring contracts and Donnarumma is possibly the most important of them, but the road to reaching an agreement is far from simple.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) writes this morning that Mino Raiola, Donnarumma’s agent, wants €10m net per year to renew because he believes that Gigio deserves to be one of the highest paid goalkeepers in the world.

Milan have instead offered a contract until 2026 worth €7.5m net per season and at the moment this figure does not satisfy Raiola, who aims to get a better offer.

The Italian-Dutch agent does not even agree on the duration of the contract as he wants a one or two-year extension so that there can be further negotiations down the line, but this idea not appreciated by the management.

Paolo Maldini could therefore give the ok for a contract until 2024, but Raiola also wants a release clause that the leadership do not want. In short, there is still plenty to be done.


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