AC Milan have made their offer to Gianluigi Donnarumma and are not willing to wait forever for a reply, according to a report.
As Tuttosport writes (via MilanNews), Milan want an answer from Donnarumma because time is running out and the management are already think about next season, including market strategies and players they might have to sign.
They need to know whether a new goalkeeper will be on the agenda too, and they have given Donnarumma and Raiola a little less than 30 days to answer. Milan want a definitive response from Donnarumma before the 22-year-old goes away for the European Championships.
Maldini and Massara will have to begin to plan concretely for next season and decide at that point whether to sink the blow for Lille’s Mike Maignan to replace Gigio. Milan have put on the plate a five-year contract worth €8m net per year (therefore €40m net and €80m gross), an offer to Donnarumma considered absolutely enough by the management.
They have no intention of raising the offer and will not participate in auctions. Donnarumma has always made it clear that he wants to stay with the Rossoneri, but he has not yet forced his hand with Raiola.