Reports: Milan have two obstacles to overcome as Raiola wants €10m per year for Donnarumma

By Oliver Fisher -

There is a possibility that Gianluigi Donnarumma’s renewal might not be as straightforward as initially thought, according to a report.

With six months left until his contract expires, the pressure on Milan is growing by the week to find an agreement or risk losing such a talented player for free.

According to the latest from il Corriere della Sera (via MilanLive), there are still two knots to be solved in order to reach a full agreement with Donnarumma and his agent Mino Raiola.

As expected, the first is the salary that he will receive. Donnarumma currently gets €6m net per season and the new contract will have to be higher. The management have tabled an offer of €7.5m plus bonuses but Raiola wants €10m.

Meanwhile, il Corriere dello Sport report that the Milan leadership are not keen on Raiola’s insistence that a release clause is inserted into the contract. Maldini and co. do not want to have the worry of what the Italian-Dutch agent.

What matters is Donnarumma ‘s full will to stay at Milan for a long time and win titles with this shirt. Optimism therefore filters out, even if the next few weeks will be very hot and demanding on the tables of Casa Milan.

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    1. Agree! The player/agent wants more than Ibrahimovic who has proven his influence. Milan should give Tatarusanu more time to play, or even Antonio D. or Jungdal.

  1. Ridiculous greed – particularly in the current climate. Look at Barca’s financials. They are close to bankruptcy. No player is worth that much – particularly Donnarumma. There are keepers just as good and far cheaper.

  2. en todas las negociaciones de los clientes de Raiola hay problemas, Donnarumma se quiere quedar, la ambición de su agente después le provoca animadversión al jugador…

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