Gigio Donnarumma’s contract will expire at the end of June and Milan are yet to reach an agreement on the renewal. Talks have been ongoing for quite some time but the parties are still distant, which could prompt a compromise.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews), the Rossoneri have put €8m per year on the table but Mino Raiola, the goalkeeper’s agent, has asked for €10m. In order to reach a solution, Milan could be forced to compromise.
At the proposed rate, a three-year renewal could take shape and also with a relatively affordable release clause included in the deal. It’s something that Paolo Maldini has been against but it would be better than losing Donnarumma for free.
Even though the release clause wouldn’t be super high, as said, it would give the Rossoneri something for the talented player. It remains to be if this could be the idea to proceed with in the negotiations.