AC Milan wish to push the crossroads regarding the future of Gianluigi Donnarumma further down the line, according to a report.
The dilemma that the Rossoneri face regarding the future of Donnarumma has been well documented. His deal runs until 2021, meaning the club must either agree a renewal before next season or consider selling so as to avoid the risk of losing a prized asset on a free transfer next year.
We reported via our correspondent Vito Angele that if before it seemed impossible, now the road has opened up regarding a renewal for the 21-year-old.
According to Anto Vitiello’s latest for MilanNews, the renewal of Donnarumma is among the most complex negotiations this summer.
The club will carefully reflect on all the hypotheses on the table before taking a definitive path, and the current favourite idea is to postpone the matter to the next season when there will be more opportunities.
The Coronavirus has also blown up the balance in football, and at the moment few teams could offer Milan the €50million they are asking for. In order not to lose the player to zero in 2021, Milan would like Gigio to sign a one-year extension in order to return to the issue prior to the 2021-22 season.
It is solution that would momentarily please everyone; the player, the club and Mino Raiola. Donnarumma meanwhile is happy at Milan and wants to give priority to the Rossoneri, and Milan wish to find a way to keep him when conditions are a bit more ‘normal’.
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