GdS: The major catalyst for the breakdown in talks between Milan, Raiola and Donnarumma

By Oliver Fisher -

Some more of the background regarding Gianluigi Donnarumma’s exit from AC Milan has emerged, according to a report.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan) writes that the crux was not the commissions that agent Mino Raiola was requesting – in fact what filters from Milan is that negotiations never got as far as that – but rather it was the initial salary request that is the overwhelming cause of Donnarumma’s exit.

The Rossoneri felt like the offer they put forward was enough as they already showed willing to breach their internal salary ceiling with a bid of €8m net per season, which would have made Gigio the highest paid player on the team. This was obviously not enough, and therefore the final decision was reached.

The paper adds that there is no acrimony on the part of Milan towards Donnarumma; the club have no intention of publicly criticising him or damaging relations with Raiola and the goalkeeper has the right to prepare for European Championships in peace and to choose his next team. In this regard, the duel between Juventus and Barcelona must be noted.

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  1. If that’s what you’re saying why then don’t leave Donnarumma alone, the guy just demanded his salary which was realistic when we look at how much other goalkeepers receive, and Donnarumma is NUMBER 1 in the world and for such a star there must be money. These are the dirty tricks of the mafia organization ELIOT, led by Don Gazditis, who tarnishes the name of Milan and his football players. I hope that Maldini and Massara will soon understand what happens in Milan when two or three more players go for free. You will feel the anger of the FANS and the ridicule of the whole world for this table is done in Milan

    1. Mr man, I don’t think you have any idea of what you’re talking about!
      DOLLARUMBA is number one in the world, really?
      Can’t just stop laughing 🤣😆😂
      And you think the club should be held to ransom?
      I’ve been been reading most of your comments on this page, they just don’t seems to make any sense to me.
      I think we are all entitled to our opinion but in most cases we might be wrong.
      Just relax and let the board do their work in peace……. Enough of those bullshit drama.

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