AC Milan and Mino Raiola are still very far apart regarding the offer and request for Gianluigi Donnarumma’s renewal, a report claims.
There are just three months left until Donnarumma’s contract with Milan expires which has left a large section of supporters feeling restless about the situation and the media are beginning to speculate that he could leave for free.
According to the latest from SportMediaset (via MilanLive), Milan’s intension is to have Donnarumma sign a long contract extension of five years which would see him remain until at least 2026. The Rossoneri management have offered a net salary of €7m per year, so a €35m total commitment or €70m gross (including tax).
However, Mino Raiola prefers a renewal of at most two years and with a higher salary of around €12m per season which is double what the 22-year-old Italy international currently earns, and a figure considered ‘absolutely crazy’ by the management at Casa Milan.