CM: Initial frost thaws as Milan meet Raiola – what Romagnoli has said regarding his future

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan could make some serious progress today over the renewal of captain Alessio Romagnoli, according to a report.

Calciomercato.com writes that there is ‘evidence of agreement’ between Milan and Romagnoli for the renewal of his contract which is currently set to expire in June 2022. This morning his agent Mino Raiola arrived at Casa Milan for a meeting with directors Ricky Massara and Paolo Maldini.

There has been frost in recent months about the possible extension of Romagnoli’s contract but now the 26-year-old has informed the leadership of his desire to remain with the Rossoneri for the coming seasons.

Maldini and Massara are happy with the performance and professionalism shown by the central defender and there is an openness to discuss an extension, but at an amount much lower than the €5m net per season he currently earns.

From this first meeting with Raiola, important updates may arrive, perhaps already decisive regarding the future of the former Roma man.


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6 Comments

  1. Jon S says:

    As club captain, Romag should change agent to show his heart is with Milan and adamant to renew. That would earn him huge respect with the fans.

    1. Cheesy says:

      I don’t think it’s that easy to change the agent. I’m sure there is some kind of a contract between the two, especially when it’s Raiola.

      1. Vero Rossonero says:

        Perhaps, but in these types of contracts (between a principal and agent) there is usually a way for the principal to terminate the contract, unless Romagnoli is truly an idiot and signed the worst contract with Raiola.

    2. Alek says:

      He doesn’t have to change agent, if the player wants to stay and accepts the terms then that its. I blame FIFA and UEFA, it is not the agents’ job to care about the clubs and not to try to earn more money for them selfs and the players. The players don’t have respect for the clubs, not the agents. If Kessie, Hakan, Dollaruma wanted to stay then the agents will have to agree to that and get for themselves some regular fee.

      1. Juro says:

        Well said Alek. As much as I don’t like Raiola – he is only doing his job – to get as much money as the player wants. He just admitted – he only did what Donnaruma asked him to do. So it was Donnaruma that asked to leave and he facilitated. Agree we should look to FIFA/UEFA to change the way agents operate. Raiola is a snake but all agents are – they are snakes to everyone BUT their own clients – and that’s what makes them good at their jobs

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