Official response provided by club to ‘AC Milan expels Raiola’ article

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have produced an official response to a story that came out earlier today regarding their relationship with agent Mino Raiola.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive) published an article in their paper today which specifically looked at Romagnoli’s situation, reporting that it was the player himself who has taken some steps to try and find an agreement with Milan.

They added that Mino Raiola, his agent, might not be at the next meeting during which the parties will clarify their positions because – 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.

MilanNews write that Milan have officially responded to the article published today by La Gazzetta dello Sport entitled ‘AC Milan expels Raiola’ by stating that ‘the Club maintains professional relationships with all agents, without any foreclosure’. An attempt, therefore, to calm the hysteria.

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  1. Romagnoli should be given the same salary that he is getting now, He has not done enough to deserve a pay rise or cut. Give him the same offer he is on now.

    1. Absolutely not. According to his current contract, since it is in its last year, he is earning close to 6 million with bonuses. That is 2nd or 3rd highest pay of all Milan players, he absolutely doesn’t deserve that much.

  2. I like Romagnoli and he is a solid rotational CB but I like Gabia more and for him to develop he needs more playing time and unfortunately Romagnoli is in his way. I say let the contract run down. Send him off with a scudetto he can sign with whomever he wants and will be remembered by Milan fans for his work to help the club survive the dark years.

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