AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is attracting interest from PSG and Juventus, a report claims, but the Rossoneri have a plan for his renewal.
According to PianetaMilan, Juventus and PSG remain always vigilant on the situation of Donnarumma, whose current contract is set to expire on June 30 2021.
In the coming weeks, a meeting is scheduled between Milan and Mino Raiola to try and find a solution that will satisfy all parties. The Rossoneri initially offered a €4m-a-year salary while the request from Raiola was €8m-a-year, and he is currently on €6m per season.
The plan now is to slightly lower Donnarumma’s annual salary to €5-5.5m, with bonuses that would take it above €6m. The agreement would be extended not for five years, but until 30 June 2023 or 2024.
By doing so, Donnarumma could leave in case Milan do not return to being competitive within a couple of seasons, but the club would also be able to generate a higher fee from his sale. A release clause in the new contract could also be inserted.