AC Milan have rejected the advances of two top European clubs for Mike Maignan and now they are aiming to resolve his long-term future, a report claims.
After Sandro Tonali, Tuttosport (via Calciomercato.com) report this morning that Milan do not want to sell other big players having made the one ‘sacrifice’ needed to bring in eight players and spend over €100m.
This especially applies to Maignan, who is one of the best in the world in his position and is a leader in the dressing room. Requests for information have arrived for the goalkeeper from Chelsea and Bayern Munich, but they were quickly rejected.
The Frenchman will not be allowed to leave unless a nine-figure sum (€100m or more) were to be presented to Giorgio Furlani and Geoffrey Moncada, which seems more unlikely as the days tick by.
In fact, work will soon begin to tie Maignan down until 2028 with his salary going from €2.8m to €5m.