AC Milan defender Pierre Kalulu has confirmed his desire to stay with the club and also that talks over a contract extension are ongoing.
As our colleagues at SempreMilan.it reported, there was a meeting between the Milan directors and Kalulu’s agents at Casa Milan a couple of weeks ago during which the parties discussed the renewal of the French centre-back, who has become an immovable starter alongside Fikayo Tomori in the starting line-up.
An agreement seems close over an extension until 2026 with a salary that will be almost tripled compared to the €600k net per season he currently receives, as the Rossoneri’s offer is around €1.5m plus bonuses to the 21-year-old. It is a fitting reward for a player who has surpassed expectations and is a key part of the future plans.
Kalulu gave an interview to Telefoot in which he talked about his future, confirming the negotiations for the renewal of his contract and his desire to remain at a club that is ‘winning’.
“My agents are talking and negotiating with Milan about my contract renewal. I’m very happy at Milan. When you play for a winning team you absolutely want to stay there,” he said (via Calciomercato.com).