AC Milan are asking Alessio Romagnoli to more than half his fixed salary in order to extend his contract with the club, a report claims.
In today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) they dedicate a section to Romagnoli’s future and a potential but seemingly complicated contract renewal with Milan. The Rossoneri have made an offer that involves the club captain going down from his current €6m net per season to €2.8m per year plus bonuses.
The player has understandably taken his time to reflect on this offer and is evaluating other options, but he has never closed the door to the possibility of staying with the Rossoneri.
It is also for this reason that the Milan fans are giving him a much less hostile treatment compared to what they have recently given Franck Kessie, who continues to demand a big pay rise to remain and seems destined to leave, going back on his words at the Olympic Games.