AC Milan are set to offer a five-year contract extension to one defender, a report claims, but two of his team-mates could be offered nothing.
According to Monday’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews), Milan are weighing up the situations regarding five players whose deals expire in 2022, and while renewal offers are expected for Franck Kessie, Alessio Romagnoli and Simon Kjaer, Andrea Conti might not be so lucky.
That is because the club are making careful assessments on the physical state of the player and if they do offer him a new deal it would likely be at the same €2m-a-year salary with performance-related bonuses included.
For Davide Calabria however it is a different story: the right-back is a player the management firmly believe in and as such a new five-year deal with the same €2m net per year salary is expected.
On Mateo Musacchio meanwhile – whose contract expires in June 2021 – there does not seem to be any kind of offer being formulated by Milan, pointing towards his exit on a free transfer when the current season ends or even a cut-price sale in January.