MN: Milan raise their offer to Bennacer in latest meeting but a distance remains

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have raised their salary offer to Ismael Bennacer but have not yet found an agreement over a renewal, a report claims.

MilanNews are reporting that Milan have raised their offer to the midfielder and did so during a meeting that took place this afternoon at Casa Milan between the Milan management and Enzo Raiola, who has been representing the Algerian midfielder for a few weeks as his new agent.

Bennacer’s request since the renewal talks began has always been around €4.5m net per season, both with Moussa Sissoko as agent and with the advent of Raiola as his new representative. From what emerges, Milan’s bid has risen to around €4m net per season fixed.

There seems to be the margins for reaching an agreement, but further meetings may be needed to bring the two parties together, who want to continue the journey together. It is a constantly evolving situation, but with an optimistic starting pont.

Tags AC Milan Ismaël Bennacer


  1. So we’re going to lose one of our best players over 500k… I know in real life that’s a lot but this is just fantasy football with the money of billionaires, just give him the 4.5

    1. Yeah, and Origi is paid 4. Imagine how insulting it would be for you if you got offered the same as the guy who was injured all the time and did nothing since he came here…😂

  2. Milan will have to start paying their players based on their value, or they are not going to only continue losing them, but they won’t be able to attract other players in as well.
    Other club players, especially higher caliber, are watching how Donnarumma , Calhanoglu, Kessie, and Romagnoli left Milan for free and how Bennacer and Leao have troubles resigning. Players interested in signing with Milan probably saying to themselves they are not even valuing their own players.
    That’s why Milan is seen more of a launching pad or a temporary stop club than a final destination.
    I get it that Milan can’t yet compete on the transfer market with the outrageous sums thrown around, but they should be able to resign and keep their own best players.
    The worst part is not that we are losing our best players, but we are losing them for free. At least if they are sold, you can say to yourself that we made a profit from that player, which we can reinvest in other players.
    Something gotta change, or Milan will be stuck in a limbo state

  3. Honestly if liverpool wants him for 50m we should sell.
    He is good but not unreplacable and we can get couple of new players in that money

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