Both Davide Calabria and Suso are asking for a wage rise in order to renew their contracts with AC Milan, according to a report.
The duo have become a key part of the Rossoneri’s starting line-up over the last couple of seasons, and attentions have turned to extending their respective deals.
Tuttosport then reported last week (via Calciomercato.com) that the Spaniard wants to renew his deal, but is asking for €6m per year – the same as Donnarumma earns.
Meanwhile Tuttosport – as cited by Calciomercato.com – also recently reported that Calabria has reached an agreement over a new long-term deal.
The contract will run until 2024 with a salary of around €2million-a-year, which means he will not secure a pay rise as that is the amount he currently earns.
However, Friday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport – as cited by MilanNews.it – has thrust that into doubt by claiming that both Suso and Calabria are asking for a pay rise in order to commit their future to the club.
No exact figure is mentioned by the newspaper, though given the previous reports it seems that owners Elliott Management will have to dig a little deeper into their pockets.
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