Journalist and Milan fan Franco Ordine has urged the club’s owners not to bow to Mino Raiola’s requests regarding Gianluigi Donnarumma’s renewal.
Donnarumma’s contract situation is once again dominating the media just as it did four years ago back in 2017 when he signed a bumper deal. The goalkeeper is less than 100 days from expiry, so an agreement must be found sooner rather than later to put everyone at ease.
Gianluca Di Marzio told Sky (via MilanNews) last night how the Rossoneri management have offered a five-year deal worth €7m net, again plus €1m in bonuses based on qualifying for the Champions League. Raiola, however, asks for about €12m net and is waiting to find out what the future intentions of the club.
Ordine spoke to Tutti on Radio 24 and the issue of Donnarumma’s renewal came up, with the journalist revealing a strong reaction to the reported demands on Raiola.
“If a club like Milan, damaged by the previous Chinese management, which is miraculously climbing the rankings, has come to promise a total of 8 million to Donnarumma and he does not accept Milan must not make any other offers. 12 million is extortionate,” he said (via MilanNews).