The renewal of Gigio Donnarumma is getting more complicated for each day that passes. The goalkeeper has expressed his desire to stay at Milan, while the latter through Paolo Maldini have made it clear they want to keep him.
As reported by Tuttosport (via MilanNews.it), the contract will expire in less than a year and the Rossoneri will negotiate the renewal once the window closes. However, it won’t be easy to negotiate with Mino Raiola, notoriously stubborn.
He could earn himself a hefty commission by letting Donnarumma leave another club for free, which is the nightmare scenario. Milan, at least as a first offer, are thinking of a three-year deal (until 2023) worth €6m plus €1m in bonuses per year.
There have also been reports of a release clause, which Raiola wants to be valued at less than €50m, which Milan hardly will agree to. The negotiation promises to be complicated and difficult, expected to require a great effort from the Rossoneri owners.