AC Milan could be forced to insert a release clause in Gianluigi Donnarumma’s new deal to get him to renew, according to a report.
Donnarumma’s current deal expires in 2021 which means Milan face a crossroads: they must either agree a renewal before next season or consider selling the 21-year-old to avoid the risk of losing him on a free next year.
Calciomercato.com recently reported that Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea are the main two sides interested in the Italy international, while a number of outlets have also linked Real Madrid and Juventus.
According to the latest from newspaper Tuttosport (via MilanLive), it will not be easy to find an agreement with Mino Raiola over a new deal, especially the duration of it.
In order to tie down their prized young asset Milan may have to insert a release clause of €50million which could become active if the Rossoneri do not qualify for the Champions League next season.
So far Donnarumma has never pushed for a transfer but he wants to understand the club’s plans, however his priority is to renew with his boyhood team and for now no offers have come in.