The month of March is set to be a crucial one for AC Milan as they will meet with Mino Raiola to discuss the futures of three players, it is claimed.
The winter market has been closed for almost a month now, but since then a new but equally important phase has opened concerning players on expiring contracts.
According to the latest from La Gazzetta dello Sport reporter Nicolo Schira, Milan are set to meet with Raiola to discuss two current players who fall into exactly that category.
The first, of course, is Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Schira claims that the Rossoneri wish to discuss the possibility of the Swede staying on for another year despite the fact that his contract will only automatically review in the case of a top four finish.
The 38-year-old’s impact has been felt on and off the pitch, but it has been suggested by other outlets that he would only consider staying if promises are made regarding the project.
Meanwhile, Giacomo Bonaventura is likely to say goodbye, as the 30-year-old midfielder’s contract expires in June and he has found himself struggling for game time in recent weeks.
The most difficult talks though will be regarding Gianluigi Donnarumma whose deal runs out in 2021. In order to renew, the promise of big investments will have to be made, otherwise Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are likely to try their luck.
Sarà un marzo caldo tra Mino #Raiola e il #Milan: rossoneri vogliono ripartire da #Ibrahimovic, mentre con #Bonaventura sarà addio. La partita più tosta riguarda Gigio #Donnarumma (scadenza 2021). Per rinnovare servono grossi investimenti, altrimenti occhio a #PSG e #RealMadrid
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) February 25, 2020