Journalist claims Chelsea and PSG are circling for Milan star as Raiola demands €10m net salary

By Oliver Fisher -

Two of Europe’s top sides have expressed an interest in signing Gianluigi Donnarumma on a free transfer, according to a report.

Donnarumma is under contract until June, and then he will be free to sign with other clubs. He is technically within his rights to sign a pre-contract now too, with means that it is necessary to turn negotiations into a signature to put the minds of the fanbase at ease.

According to what is being reported by journalist Nicolo Schira on Twitter, Chelsea and PSG have shown interest in signing Donnarumma as a free agent, but Milan are working to extend his contract.

His agent Mino Raiola is asking for €10million per year as a new salary and a short renewal of one of two years – a bridge deal of sorts. Milan’s technical director Paolo Maldini has offered a five-year contract worth €7.5m net per season without a release clause.


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8 Comments

  1. Ahmed Mohammed says:

    Gigio should talk to his agent on behalf of the club if he truly loves Milan

  2. qwerty says:

    7.5 million offer for 5 years from the favorite club is an tremendous deal. Donnarumma should be grateful for such a lucrative offer coming his way.

    If it wasn’t for Mihajlovic, he would’ve never be a starter before getting 18 or 19 and would be happy with something like 2m/season now. So shut up & sign.

  3. Timm says:

    Milan should give him/them the contract at €10m and then sell him off to avoid losing him for free, because he hasn’t shown that he truly loves Milan by making the club to go through all this stress. I really don’t like him again.

  4. Bunga2 says:

    If he doesn’t wanna sign then so be it. If he’s signing then great. 10m/year is way excessive, ESPECIALLY after covid outbreak; but it is within his right to ask for figures that he believes he’s worth. Would Chelsea/PSG pay that much for someone who is unproven in other leagues and CL despite being a generational talent? What would his salary be by the time the next contract comes? All these things must be considered also.

    As a fan, we of course want the best for our team, especially keeping our homegrown talent. But what’s the point of keeping him if it’s going to wreck our finances and making us less competitive in the future? Because raising the salary ceiling for a player would POTENTIALLY make the rest also want a raise lol. So, I am personally bracing myself and just be prepared to lose him, yes it sucks but such is life.

    1. Himhim says:

      I’m agree with you. The main problem is Raiola. Milan already give much for Donnarumma. He is already one of the most expensive Milan’s player, vice captain (and probably soon to be captain), and huge opportunity to reach his CL dream in next season. I know he love Milan so much, but now his agent trying to killing Milan. This time, it his decision to choose Milan’s plan or Raiola’s plan

  5. Nicky says:

    The funny thing is I believe Raiola is the person who keeps leaking out information to the media about his client. He keeps pushing Milan for every penny he can squeeze. I believe Donnaruma loves Milan with all his heart and will stay for the future. I don´t think Milan fans have anything to be afraid of when it comes to Donna

  6. Subhojyoti Lahiri says:

    Donnarumma saga is going on for too long. It is time to offload him, get a good goalie in. Donna’s a traditional shot stopper with amazing reflexes and a Milanese heart. But he can’t play out from the back, ball distribution is poor and plays balls to defenders with an opponent lurking on them.

  7. MC Miker G says:

    The people in charge of Milan work for a rapacious hedge fund, so it’s all about the bottom line. Donnarumma’s now one of the best GKs in the world, and worth at least £50m (if not more) in transfer fees, so it’d be idiotic to let him leave for nothing. For that reason alone, he’ll renew – but he may well leave this / next summer anyway.

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