Gianluigi Donnarumma’s valuation will drop substantially if a renewal agreement is not found by the end of the season, a report claims.
The 20-year-old was linked with a Milan exit this summer as Paris Saint-Germain once again marked Donnarumma as the ideal long-term replacement for Kevin Trapp.
However, Gigio ended up staying with the Rossoneri, and now attention has turned towards his contract situation.
Milan’s prized young shot stopper is currently on a deal until 2021, and il Corriere dello Sport reported on Wednesday that Milan have no intention of letting that run into the final year.
They also stated though that the hierarchy have the audacious plan of offering him a salary less than the €6m-a-year he is currently on.
Journalist Claudio Raimondi has now offered an update to SportMediaset (via MilanNews), confirming that Milan will sit down with agent Mino Raiola soon.
He warns though that Gigio’s valuation could fall to around €30-35million next summer if an agreement is not found, and it could even fall in the January window.
There are important obstacles to overcome, Raimondi adds, the main one being the salary issue. In the meantime, PSG are lurking at the window once again.
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