Juventus appear to have a hand in Mino Raiola’s firm stance regarding Gianluigi Donnarumma’s contract renewal, according to a report.
According to the journalist Paolo Bargiggia (via Calciomercato.it), in order to accept a four-year renewal at €10-12m net per season Mino Raiola has asked Milan for a commission of €25m. Furthermore, Juventus seem to be behind the very high demands of the agent, as they are be willing to offer him a contract worth as much as €12-13m per season.
However, to attempt the swoop on their rivals the Bianconeri would have to sell Szczesny and they are hoping that offers arrive from the Premier League for the Poland international. In any case, the amount of tension between Milan and Raiola is very high and it seems that Elliott Management even intends to close relations with the agent as soon as possible in order to avoid problems in the future.