PM: Donnarumma reflecting as Juventus table 10-year deal that would cost them €200m

By Oliver Fisher -

Juventus have made a mega offer to Gianluigi Donnarumma in the hopes of tempting him to sign on a free transfer, a report claims.

German portal SPORT1 (via MilanNews) are reporting that Milan have in fact won the race for Mike Maignan of Lille, overcoming the competition from Borussia Dortmund. The French goalkeeper has been ‘secured’ in the event that Gigio Donnarumma does not renew his contract, with Juve the favourite to land the Italy international.

According to what is being reported by Alessandro Schiavone for PianetaMilan, more information has emerged regarding Juve’s pursuit of Donnarumma because the Bianconeri have offered a 10-year contract to the Milan academy graduate.

The amount is €10m net per season which means an investment of €100m net over 10 years or €200m gross when factoring in tax payments too. It is a sensational proposal that certainly highlights how the Bianconeri want to make Gigio follow Buffon’s exploits. The player is reflecting.

Tags AC Milan Gianluigi Donnarumma


  1. If he accepts juve’s offer, i as a milan fan will be happy. He is above average keeper that will hurt badly juve’s finances.

  2. Dollaruma is nothing compares to the great AC Milan, he may go if he want. I’m sure milan still a great team with or without him

  3. Milan cannot depend on 1 person if they want to reach the same success again. Instead they need to focus on creating a great team. If Milan are somehow able to retain him, this situation would again arrive in 1-2 years.

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