AC Milan have made a sizeable offer to Gianluigi Donnarumma to try and convince him to stay at the club, according to a report.
We reported yesterday via our market expert Vito Angele that Donnarumma’s renewal is a formality. During a meeting between the soon-to-be manager Ralf Rangnick and CEO Ivan Gazidis in December, the German was told that the Rossoneri intend to extend the goalkeeper’s contract.
Angele added that Donnarumma wants to stay and be important in Rangnick’s project, so now it’s up to Milan and Mino Raiola to find an agreement, also because the manager sees him as a key player.
According to calcioomercato.it, Milan have already made an offer to Mino Raiola: a five-year extension with a salary that would rise from €6million-a-year to €7.5m-a-year net (so a total of €37.5m).
Milan have also apparently asked for an answer by 30 June, with the parties in constant contact and an agreement seemingly not too far away at the moment. Donnarumma’s will is to remain in the red and black shirt, even if his agent Raiola is in charge of the details of the contract.