AC Milan are closing in on getting Gianluigi Donnarumma to put pen to paper on a contract extension with an agreement in place, a report claims.
According to TV station SportMediaset (via MilanLive), the complex and intricate affair should soon be resolved, with even unpredictable agent Mino Raiola happy with the terms of the agreement.
The Rossoneri have the green light from Donnarumma, who has accepted the new proposal of a renewal for another two years, thus extending his contract until 30 June 2023.
The salary received by the goalkeeper will remain unchanged at €6m-a-year net, an amount that was previously agreed when he signed his current four-year deal back in 2017.
Elliott Management Corporation have also given their approval for Donnarumma to be an exception to the salary ceiling they want to implement of €2.5m per player per year maximum.
The hypothesis of a release clause also arises: Raiola is pushing to include one in the new goalkeeper’s contract with talk of a €50m figure.