There are no teams that are seriously interested in signing Gianluigi Donnarumma given Mino Raiola’s current requests, according to one journalist.
Speaking with an editorial on Tuttomercatoweb, the Sky journalist Luca Marchetti spoke about the Donnarumma saga, beginning by noting how the 22-year-old already earns a substantial €6m net per year and is one of the best in the world in his position.
Milan have made two proposals: the first – €6m net plus €1m in bonuses – has been declined. The second (€7m + €1m, with the bonus linked to qualification for the Champions League) has not technically been declined, but the lack of response suggests it is not good enough.
Donnarumma does not want to leave Milan on a free transfer but at the same time has the ambition to play permanently in the Champions League where he has not yet made his debut despite having played more than 200 matches in Serie A and 25 for the national team.
There is also the idea of being able to renew two years, but Milan would only take it into consideration if the figures were to remain as they are now. There are no clubs on Donnarumma at the moment, also because Gigio can only go to a big team and he would rather not go to the Premier League.