Tuttosport: Romagnoli willing to almost halve salary to extend deal but Milan stand firm

By Oliver Fisher -

Alessio Romagnoli is willing to take a sizeable pay cut in order to extend his contract with AC Milan but a meeting point is still yet to be found, a report claims.

The contract of club captain Alessio Romagnoli expires on June 30 and Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan) report that the defender – who is represented by Mino Raiola – has for some time expressed his desire to remain at the club and his agent even visited Casa Milan in mid-November to start talking about a renewal.

However, the negotiations are at a standstill because Milan have offered a multi-year contract with a salary ranging between €2.5-2.8m net per season plus bonuses while Romagnoli on the other hand does not want to go below a fixed base of €3.5m plus bonuses.

Back in 2018 during the bizarre era of the Chinese ownership, Romagnoli signed a deal that ensured he would earn as much as €6m net per season including bonuses, so Romagnoli willing to cut his salary a lot (almost 42%).

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  1. Better give him atleast he willingto take a cut by halve …if it’s not working later atleast we can sell him .in that way we don’t lose him for free…

    1. Exactly. A couple of million won’t make the club go bankrupt but gives an option to make money by selling him IF he doesn’t perform well enough. It would be I-D-I-O-T-I-C to let him walk out for free.

  2. It’s a shame on AC Milan, that we can’t afford a salary of 3.3m for the captain. We want to spend 30million on new player’s who will obviously go for free if we act like these. There should be a limit of our policies and need introspection of our policies to update continously every year.

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