Journalist claims a ‘total agreement’ has been found between Donnarumma and Juventus – the figures

By Oliver Fisher -

One journalist has made the bold claim that Gianluigi Donnarumma already has an agreement with Juventus over a contract with them.

The Rossoneri secured another important victory yesterday against Genoa, extending their lead over Juventus to four points and shortening the gap in the standings to Inter. However, the fight for a top four spot is still complicated as there are 21 points to play for, while certain media headlines do not help the focus.

One of those is the Donnarumma soap opera, as the goalkeeper is now less than 75 days away from his contract with Milan expiring, allowing him to sign for another club on a free transfer. In case of non-renewal, the 22-year-old’s future could still be in Italy as per the report and at a rival too.

Journalist Giordano Mischi spoke to Top Calcio 24 and made a bold revelation, with his comments transcribed by Calciomercato.it and transcribed below.

“A certain source assured me that a total agreement has already been found between Donnarumma and Juventus. The salary will be 9.5 million euros per season, while Raiola will receive 20 million euros, of which a part goes to Gigio’s father, Alfredo,” he said.


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3 Comments

  1. Bunga2 says:

    Was this the cause of him dropping the ball yesterday? Trying to sabotage us? 😉

    At this point, I am indifferent if he stays or goes.

    1. IK Balyanda Akmal says:

      Yeah.. He already being a merda…

  2. Crorossonero says:

    Well Raiola is right, if they can take 350mil for joining super league and have guaranteed income from now on every season they can pay him 12mil per season. The only reason they wouldn’t pay him that much is the current Milan finances. Before that news I though Raiola is a snake, but he is just playing by the standards set by these clubs, so quite fair to ask for 12, even 15mil per year for a keeper of his quality.

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