GdS: Romagnoli negotiating Milan extension without Raiola and is willing to take pay cut – the situation

By Oliver Fisher -

Alessio Romagnoli is reportedly negotiating his own extension with AC Milan and without the assistance of his agent Mino Raiola, a report claims.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive) takes a look at Romagnoli’s situation and reports that it was the player himself who took some small steps forward to try and find an agreement with Milan and extend his stay. He is aware that the current salary he earns – around €6m net per season – is too high for the club.

The former Roma man hopes to get around €4.5m while Milan, on the other hand, do not want to go beyond €3.5m which would mean a sizeable reduction but it would still ensure he is one of the highest paid players at the club.

A meeting should be held before the end of the month to clarify the stance of the parties but as mentioned above Mino Raiola, his agent, might not be there. After Donnarumma’s farewell, the relationship between Raiola and Milan is not exactly idyllic and Romagnoli could thus decide to try and handle talks alone.

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Tags AC Milan Alessio Romagnoli


  1. I really wish this was true, but if history has taught us anything it is that pretty much everything coming through the grapevine should be taken with a grain of salt.

    1. There is no question that you are absolutely correct in that assessment and especially regarding football news but nevertheless if romagnoli were to accept a sizeable cut in his salary to stay beyond 2022 it would be good for all parties involved maybe with the exception of raiola. He is italian and has a lot of experience and is generally close to the internatonal squad and is only in his mid 20ies so even if he has had better years with us previously he might not even has hit his prime.

  2. No doubt he still has room to grow and with Kjær and Tomori he could grow into a beast. Not to mention it would be ver captain like thing to accept a pay cut to stay in the club and show he is a true Milanista. He would grow immensely in everyone’s eyes.

  3. Fake news, his PR team working in overdrive to endear him to Milan. Tonalli did not need all this drama to take a 400k pay cut to stay in Milan. When he signs the dotted lines, then the news is true. The statement in Tokyo has taught us to know better.

  4. For all people telling me, take love over money. Could you imagine taking a pay cut around 3 million IRL? Would you rather extend with half salary while others are lurking with same salary offer or even more?

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