L’Equipe: Donnarumma to earn less at PSG than the offer he rejected from Milan

By Oliver Fisher -

Gianluigi Donnarumma has joined Paris Saint-Germain for less money than he would have earned at AC Milan, according to a report.

French source L’Equipe (via FootballItalia) claims that Donnarumma will initially earn less with the Ligue 1 giants than the contract extension he turned down at Milan despite speculation that he signed a deal worth €12m net per season.

L’Equipe have ‘analysed the paperwork’ and claim that the 22-year-old will not actually earn close to that amount as the contract until June 2026 that he signed is worth a guaranteed €7m per season after taxes. Milan were offering around €8m net per year, but he chose to turn it down.

At PSG he will earn performance-related bonuses and add-ons that could take him up to a maximum of €10m per year based on whether PSG win Ligue 1 title and the Champions League, but it is also worth mentioning that Gigio is on a lower salary than his teammate Keylor Navas.

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  1. Plus 1 million for Antonio Donnarumma, and bonuses for their family.
    But it doesn’t matter because Raiola’s bonuses are more important.

  2. Sempre milan stop writing about ex Milan players. PSG’s site write for the italian and inter’s site for the turk. We dont care anymore about them

  3. Congratulations to Donnarumma and everything he did for Milan, Unfortunately I don’t think anything good for Gazditis and ELIOT who gave Donnarumma and Colhanoglu for free

  4. Eliot and Gazditis did not give them for free they chose to go free,the management gave them an improve contract.

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