MN: Kjaer’s contract eight months from expiry but Maldini and Massara have a plan

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are expected to open concrete discussions over the extension of Simon Kjaer’s contract very soon, according to a report.

Kjaer experiencing a magical moment and arguably the best spell of his career both for Milan and for Denmark, where he enjoys the admiration and respect of all his team-mates. The 32-year-old is a strong and experienced presence on and off the pitch, but his contract will expire on 30 June 2022, which means Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara want to sort his renewal as soon as possible.

According to the latest from MilanNews, the Rossoneri consider the former Sevilla man to be one of the leaders of the squad and that is why the management will not hesitate to extend his contract with the club.

Soon the talks will begin, and it is possible that Kjaer could extend for another two seasons until 2024, as he is very happy at Milan and would be more that content to continue for a few more years.


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4 Comments

  1. Dave says:

    It’s this kindof late emergency approach in trying to buy time and minimize cost that has landed us with so many contract mishaps, and we are still not proactive in contract negotiation.

  2. R says:

    They had a plan for Hakan and Donnarumma and Kessie too. Look how those turned out…

  3. El Zhar says:

    Yeah, fully agreed..
    The management should be more quick & precise on the renewal of our players..
    Especially the core one…

  4. Shal says:

    Losing Kjaer and Romagnoli both will cost us more than just extending their contracts right now. It is extremely hard nowadays to find a decent center-back. We were lucky to sign Kjaer and Tomori. So, let’s keep what’s working perfect instead of risking our team core.

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